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BEDFORD 
LIBRARY 

BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 




The 

BEDFORD 
FLAG 
The oldest 
flag in the 
United States 



The Bedford Flag, commissioned to Cornet John Page 
in 1737 by King George II of England, was carried by his 
son, Nathaniel, who fought with the Bedford Minutemen 
at the Battle of Concord Bridge, April 19, 1775. 



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DEDICATION 




We, the class of 1978, dedicate 
our yearbook to Mrs. Miele in re- 
membrance of her help and guid- 
ance. The time that she has given 
us as class advisor has helped en- 
rich our four years of high school, 
and this devotion will always be 
deeply appreciated. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Introduction 4 

Seniors 10 

Underclassmen 70 

Activities 88 

Sports 114 

Faculty 150 



Now, is the time and hour ^ 
that we take the learnings of our short years 
and travel forth, 
in the search of what each of us must find. 

As the bird, we emerge from our guided and sheltered life 
and spread our wings as 

we look toward the sky and follow our chosen poth. 

We have come to the place in time wherefrom 
we leave our secure nest 
and take flight, 

trusting our own judgement. « 





The locks from our lockers, our gymsuits and our rings, 

The folders in the choir room, filled with songs we used to sing. 

The jackets with the letters, the ribbons that we won, 

A few notebooks from our classes, that now have come undone. 

Stories in the paper, ghosts of things we used to do. 

Can't be all that's left from the four best years we knew. 




The guitars in the music room, some tickets from the plays, 
The pictures of our best friends with the words they used to say. 
Our folders in the art room, some happy days we planned. 
Our tickets from the senior prom, the music from our school band. 

Smiles that still stay happy, friendships that stay new, 
guess there's many things still left, from the four best years we knew . . . 



Chris Page 




SENIOR 




Secretary — Lauree Winter 



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LORRAINE E. ACKERNAAN 
Rainie 

"However rare true love may be, 
it is still less rare than true friend- 
ship." 



BRIAN ANSILL 



LAURA ALDORISIO 
"He who would gather roses 
must not fear the thorns." 




PATRICIA AUCOIN 
Patty 



ALAN BANKS 



MARK D. BARBIERI 
Barbo 

"Stick to the fight when you're 
hardest hit. It's when things seem 
the worst that you mustn't quit." 



RICHARD BASILESCO 



JANICE M. BARKER 
Jan 

"Let your sorrows carve out hol- 
lows for your happiness to fill." 






DAVID G. BATES 
Greg 

". . . whatever your labors and 
aspirations, in the noisy confu- 
sion of life, keep peace with your 
soul. With all its sham, drudgery 
and broken dreams, it is still a 
beautiful world." 



LAWRENCE E. BARNARD 
Larry 

'If you can't be good, be good at 



HAL BARTON 





SCOTT BELL 







PAUL M. BENOIT 
"I finally made it!" 



RAY BEYRAND 
"Our time together has been 
short, but it's been long enough 
for us to become friends." 



STANLEY BIERY 



BONNIE L. BLAISDELL 




MERYL BLUESTEIN 
"The only way to have a friend is 
to be one." 



CYNTHIA BLAND 



KATHLEEN S. BLOMSTEDT 
Kath 

"Music is a world within itself, it's 
a language we all understand." 
— Stevie Wonder 




DAVID BOISSEVAIN 



PAMELA L. BOONE 
"When our souls are cramped 
with youth, happiness seems far 
away, in the future, while in truth, 
we look back on it today." 



CONNIE J. BRIERLY 
Tessy 

"Some of you say we're strang- 
ers, but we're just friends who 
haven't met." 



CHRISTOPHER T. BRYANT 
Chris 

'Where have you gone, Joe Itch? 
'Pppular Mutt." " 



LAURENCE C. BROWN 





DANE COWARD 



JILL CURLEY 
Curls 

"Do you always trust your first 
initial feelings. Special knowledge 
holds true bears believing." 



JEFFREY DAVID COWDREY 
Jeff 



WILLIAM EWART CROWTHER 
Billy 

"I have to live with myself, and so 
I want to be fit for myself to 
know; I want to be able as the 
days go by, always to look at my- 
self straight in the eye." 





CAROL JEAN DACEY 
"We must do the best we can 
with what has been given us and 
live the best we can for life is real 
and con hurt us if we don't." 



DANA DAVIDSON 



ANDREW DAVIS JR. 
Andy 

"To be or not to be — that is the 
question." Too bad I am and you 
are not. Yours truly. The Man. 



DIANE D'AURIA 



NANCY MARIE DAVIS 



Head 

"Friends are like melons. Shall I 
tell you why? To^ind a good one 
you must a hundred try." — 
Claude Mermet 



WESLEY DAVIS 




ELEANOR NANCY DILL 
"Here is my song for the asking, 
Gsk me and I will play, so sweetly 
I'll make you smile." 



CYNTHIA L. DION 
Cindy 

"If you have a dream hang on to 
it, because dreams do come 
true." 



LORENE M. DELFINO 
Limbs 

"I looked for my soul, but my soul 
I could not see. I looked for my 
God, but my God eluded me. I 
looked for a friend, then I found 
all three." 




A 



MICHAEL A. DiTORE 
Dit 

"Jazz is alive!" 



RONALD ECKHARDT 



JULIE EDWARDS 
"A special thanks to my parents, 
Mr. Moss, and Mrs. Parker. It's 
better to shoot for the stars and 
miss, than aim for the gutter and 
hit." 



DEBORAH LEE EHRENBECK 
Debbie 

"I shall pass this way but once; 
therefore, any good that I can do 
or any kindness I can show let me 
do it now, for I shall not pass this 
way again." 




CHARLOTTE EVANS 
"Nullum magnum ingenium sine 
mixtura dementiae fuit." 



ALBERT EUNSON 
"Conversation enriches the un- 
derstanding, but solitude is the 
school of genius." 




LYNDA K. EVANS 
"Love is like rain — it pours into 
our hearts, and like the sunshine 
it warms and fills us with joy and 
happiness, but love is like snow 
— it lasts until it melts." 



JACQUELINE LOUISE EAGER 
Wackie 

"Love is the key we must turn. 
Truth is the flame we must burn. 
Freedom, the lesson we must 
learn. Do you know what I mean? 
Have your eyes really seen? 




DEBRA J. FEOLE 
Debbie 




SANDRA LEE FIELD 
Sandi 

"I do my thing and you do your 
thing, I ann not in this world to live 
up to your expectotions and you 
are not in this world to live up to 
mine. You ore you and I am I and 
if by chance we find each other, 
it's beautifu 



FRANK CHRISTOPHER 
FISCHER 
Fish 

"To roll with the punches and 
bend with the wind is fine . . . but 
why does every day seem like a 
sparring match with Ali in a hur- 
ricane?" 




KATHLEEN ANN FLYNN 
Kathy 

"Happiness is not having what 
you wont, but wanting what you 
have." 



THOMAS FLYNN 




ANN ISABEL FRIEDMAN 

"Never imagine yourself not to 
be otherwise than what it might 
appear to others that what you 
were or might have been was not 
otherwise than what you've been 
would have appeared to them to 
be otherwise." — The Duchess 
Alice's Adventures in Wonder- 
land 



JULIE FROHLICH 
Fro 

"One of the advantages of being 
disorderly is that one is con- 
stantly making exciting discover- 
ies." 



TERESA J. FOSTER 



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THOMAS K. HANSON 
Bone 

"I H T P" 



PIERRE ROBERT GUAY 
'The party is over." 




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KATE HAMILTON 
"Seen as God sees them, all 
things are alive and beautiful." 





KRISTEN LEIGH HANSON 
Kris 



MICHAEL T. HAND 

Mike 

"Stand tall. Don't you fall . 






JOHN GILMAN HARDING 
Moose 

"Someone once told me: "And 
think not that you can guide the 
course of love. For love, if it finds 
you worthy, shall guide your 
course. "And I agree." 




MARGO HARRISON 



ERIC HANSON 



SHIRLYNN JONES 



THERESA LEE lOVINO 
Vinto 

"Somebody's tryin' to moke me 
stay; you know I've got to be 
a-movin' on." 




DIANA M. JELLISON 
"On ne voit bien qu'avec le 
coeur. L'essentiel est invisible 
pour les yeus." 



RICHARD P. JOHNSON 
Ricky 





JAYLYN CATHERINE JOSS 
Jay 

"Tomorrow is the wine of won- 
der, it teaches all there is to 
teach, and if we're patient and we 
talk to one another there'll soon 
be nothing we can't reach." 



ELIZABETH KALLOCH 
Lizard 

"Well maybe it's the time of year, 
or maybe it's the time of man. I 
don't know who I am, but life is 
for learning." — Joni Mitchell 



TRACY KANE 
Stcce 

"Each day she puts new flowers 
on our table. Her old country 
tradition stays fresh through the 
day, bursting with color and light, 
until supper. The sun goes down 
when the hearty sunshine faces 
greet us again. Inquiring about 
the day." 




JANET L. KAPLAN 
"Such sweet, soft notes as yet 
musicians cunning, never gave 
the enraptured air." 





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MARK LAGASSE 




PATRICIA LANE 
"Experience is the antidote to ig- 
norance." 



PAUL LARSON 



ELANA LAZARIS 
"The time has come for closing 
books, and long last looks are 
gone, but in my mind I know they 
will still live on and on." 



JOHN ANTHONY LICCIARDI 
Stubbs 



DEBBIE RENEE LUTER 
"To spread my arms wide in the 
face of the sun, to whirl and to 
dance till the white day is done. 
Then rest at cool evening be- 
neath a tall, slim tree, night com- 
ing tenderly, black like me. That 
is my dream!" 




MARY ELIZABETH LYNN 
'Just you wait, watch me go." 



WILLIAM F. MacKENZIE 

Bill 

"If you love something set it free. 
If it comes back it's yours, if not; 
it never was." 



STEPHEN CHURCH MANLEY 
Steve 

"As a freshman, seniors seemed 
to be ideal people. As a senior I 
know we have a long way to go." 



LISA M. MANN 
"Tonight my dreams . . . To- 
morrow new hopes . . . Yester- 
day's sorrows forgotten." 



PETER MARCUS 




RUTH M. MARRIGAN 
Ruthie 

"If you love something set it free. 
If it comes back to you it's yours; 
if not, it never was." 



LINDA JO MARTIN 
"Don't stop thinking about to- 
morrow, don't stop — it'll soon 
be here. Don't stop thinking 
about tomorrow. Yesterday's 
gone, yesterday's gone." 



GERARD P. MASKALENKO 
"I leave with my head held high in 
the knowledge that the winding 
path before me leads to wherever 
want." 



SHERIAN MATHEWS 
Sheri 

"Life is like a soccer game; to get 
the goals you must take the 
shots." 



WILLIAM F. MOONEY 
Billy 




MARY MORRIS 




SUSAN PAINE 
"Who can say more than this rich 
praise, that you alone are you?" 
— Shakespeare 



K. THEODORE PRUYN 
Ted 

'Go for it!!" 



DEBORAH A. PYLES 
Deb 

"Hold fast to dreams, for if 
dreams die life is a broken winged 
bird that cannot fly." 



CATHERINE E. RATNEY 
Cathy 

"Kind words are worth so much, 
yet cost so little." 



GAYLE MARIE RAZZABONI 
"In time we will discover the 
truths around us as well as the 
secrets untold. And in oureternal 
search for that place where even 
stars do not fall, we will experi- 
ence the deep peace of the quiet 
earth and that of the shining 
stars." 




JAMES RAY RUETENIK 
"You can be pleased, but never 
be satisfied." 





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JAMES SAMPSON 




JOHN W. SCHELLHASE 



CAROLYN RUTH SCHEYDER 
"It's not whether you win or lose, 
it's how you play the game." 




JOHN ANTHONY SCIARAFFA 
"Worthy art Thou to take the 
book ond to break its seals; for 
Thou wast slain and didst pur- 
chase for God with thy blood men 
from every tribe and tongue, and 
people and nation." Rev. 5:9 





Ik 



MARK SHAMON 



LYNN ANN SCHIFF 
"Happiness, thinking of the wel- 
fare of others first, and not taking 
one's self too seriously." 




DEBORAH N. SCHWARTZ 
Deb 

"I've been first and I've been last, 
look at all the time's gone past. 
But I'm all alone at last. Rolling 
home to you." — Neil Young 





KATHLEEN SHIELDS 





JOSEPH SICKLES 
"Just takin' my time, movin' 
along, you'll forget about me 
when I'm gone." 




STEVE SINOTTE 




EDWARD S. SMITH 
Scott 

"Education is the key to suc- 
cess." 



KATHLEEN S. SMITH 
Me 

"Love doesn't make the world go 
'round, but it's what makes the 
ride worthwhile." 



ir 



AMY SWANSON 





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DIANE BRONIKOWSKI 



"Reach high, anything is possible if 
you really try." 



CAMERA 
SHY 

SENIORS 



JOHN W. BALLENTINE 
LINDA BULLISS 
DEBRA BUMBACA 
MARGARET CARNEY 
JEANETTE CHAPPELL 
GREGORY CORNWELL 
ROBERT DeBENEDICTIS 
BRIAN L. MINES 
RICHARD HOYLAND 
JOSEPH KUSA 
ERIC LINDSKOG 
BRADLEY LOWE 
BRIAN MCMAHON 
SUSAN MURTAGH 
THOMAS SHELTON 
PAUL VERNUCCI 
RICHARD WHITNEY 
PATRICIA WOODLAND 
JEFFREY YEOMANS 



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After four years of working diligently, I find that I have been 
bestowed with the illustrious title of valedictorian. I realize that 
this is a distinguished honor that should not be taken lightly; 
unquestionably I am truly pleased to have been chosen for this 
distinction. But the grades that have given me my high academic 
standing did not come easily. Often I have had to put all of my 
time and effort to complete assigned tasks. I feel that my deter- 
mination is partly responsible for my success. 
However, in future years when this yearbook is discovered and 
dragged out after being long forgotten, do not remember me 
solely for my scholastic achievements. Think of my achieve- 
ments in music or my endeavors in drama. I want to be remem- 
bered as a person and a friend, not as just the valedictorian. 



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A.F.S. STUDENT 

Masumi Yamamuro 





Had it not been for B.H.S., my life here would not hove been so 
rich! There ore some little differences between my country Japan 
and here. The school life is one of them. I love lively American 
teenagers and enjoyed myself with them. I feel that there is much 
left that I can leam from the school life, but the time has flown too 
rapidly. I wish I could have failed and stayed another year! 
i am full of gratitude to all of you who have enriched my experi- 
ences at B.H.S. Thank you very much from my heart, and I hope 
to see you again. 






Ml 



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Winners of BLUE and WHITE DAY: Elaine Naugler, Jan Hollenbeck, 
Debbie Pepper, Jackie Schoendorf, Clark Robinson. 



HOMECOMING 77 




We flipped over our pancokes 



the Superband goes morching 



HOMECOMING COURT Fifth runner-up: Dione 
D'Auria, Fourth runner-up: Kothy Tsouprake, 
Third runner-up: Nyxie McGuffey, Homecoming 
Queen: Micki Cormney, Second runner-up: 
Donna Wilson, First runner-up: Natalie Svendsen 
and escorts; their fathers. 



1977 become the year of innovation 
and pep. The Senior Class sponsored 
the first onnual Homecoming October 
22, building the fervor with Spirit Week 
including Oct. 18— SOCK DAY, Oct. 
1 9 — HAT DAY, Oct. 20 — 50's DAY, 
Oct. 21 — BLUE and WHITE 
DAY, and a hall decorating 
contest that was won by the 
SENIORS), o pancake break- 
fast, a 14-0 win over Newton- 
South, selection of the Home- 
coming Queen and her court 
and climaxing in on exciting 
dance that night. Micki 
Cormney was crowned queen 
of the festivities at halftime at 
the football game. Her entour- 
age included First runner-up; 
Natalie Svendsen, Second 
runner-up: Donna Wilson, 
Third runner-up: Nyxie McGuf- 
y, Fourth runner-up: Kathy Tsoup- 
rake, and Fifth runner-up: Diane D'Au- 
ria. All the girls received roses during 
the gala celebration. 




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

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Pomelo Boone 
Vice-president 



Harry Gurol 
Secretary 



Meryl Bluestein 
Treasurer 




BARTON, HAL K. — Basketball 1,2,3; Lacrosse 3,4 



ACKERMAN, LORRAINE — Majorettes 3; Captain 4 



ALDORISIO, LAURA J. — Soccer 4 



ANDERSON, DOUG — Hockey 1,2,3 



ANSILL, BRIAN D. — Track 1; Football 2,3; Lacrosse 2,3,4 



BEYRAND, RAYMOND — Football 1,2,3,4 



BASILESCO, RICHARD M. — Latin club 2; G.I.S. 3; Science Club 4; 



BARBIERI, MARK D. — Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Lacrosse 2,3,4 



BARNARD, LARRY E. — Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Lacrosse 3,4 



BARKER, JANICE M. — Ensemble 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3 



BENIOT, PAUL M. — Basketball 1,2,3,4; Golf 2,3,4; X-Country 3 



SENIOR 



BIERY, STAN D. — Football * 1,2; Diving* 1,2,4; Tennis 3,4 
BLAISDELL, BONNIE — Field Hockey 3; Ski Club 1,2; A.F.S. 2 
BLAND, CINDY L. — Drama Club 1,2,3,4; A.F.S. 2 

BLOMSTEDT, KATHLEEN S. — Concert Band 1,2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Jazz Ensemble 4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 3; Ensemble 1; Madrigal 2,3,4; 
Double Sextet 3,4; Choir 4; N.H.S. 3,4 

BLUESTEIN, MERYL H. — Tennis 1,2,3; Ski Team 3; Ski Club 1,2; Student Court 2; TARS 1,2; N H.S. 3; Treasurer 4; Sales Manager Yearbook 4; Latin 
Club 4 

BOISSEVAIN, DAVID — X-Country 1,2; Tennis 1,2,3,4 

BOONE, PAMELA L. — J.V. Basketball 1,2; V. Basketball 3; V. Softball 2,3; Soccer 3,4; N.H.S. 3, Vice President 4 
BROWN, DEBBIE — Basketball* 2 (*-B.A.H.S.) 

BROWN, LAURENCE C. — J.V. Football 3; Marine Physical Fitness Team 3,4 

BRYANT, CHRISTIAN T. — X-Country 3; Winter Track 3,4; Spring Track 3,4; Jazz Ensemble 4; Spanish Club 1 
BUDDEN, MARIE E. — V. Softball 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1 

BULLOCK, JEFFREY S. — X-Country 1,2,3; Spring Track 2,3; Wrestling 2; Rifle 1 
BUMANN, MARIA S. — Swim Team 1,2; Mgr. G. Basketball 2; Concert Band 1,2 
BURNS, DIANE L. — Yearbook Staff 2 

BUSCH, DENISE S. — Ensemble 1,2,4; Choir 3,4; Double Sextet 4; Crew for Musical 2; Spring Track 1; Boys J.V. Soccer 2; G. Soccer 3,4; Student Court 4; 
A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; TARS 2,3; Tele-Media 3,4; Best Bet 2 
CAMPAGNA, LINDA M. — J.V. Softball 2; Soccer 3 
CAMPBELL, GLENN P. — Math League 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4 

CASTRO, MALI — Basketball 3; Marching Band 1; Concert Bond 2,3; Six Stringers 1; Jr. Directory 3 
CHAPPELL, JEANETTE — Track 1; V. Softball 

CHOATE, JENNIFER L. — Madrigal 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Ensemble 1; Class Secretary 1; Class V. President 3; A.F.S. 1,2,3, President 4; Best Bet 3 
CIERPIAL, KATHY A. — Madrigal 3,4; Tennis 2; J.V. Field Hockey 3; TARS 1 
CLYDE, STEPHEN W. — Soccer 1,2 

COLLINS, DANIEL J. — Hockey 1,2; Football 3,4; Golf 1,2,3,4 
COMLEY, STEPHEN K. — Hockey 1,2,3,4 
COOK, JACK A. — Ski Club 1,2,3,4 

CORMNEY, JOYCE M. — Chorus* 1; Cap. Volleyball* l;Softball* 1 ,3; Speedball* l;Track* 1 ; Cheerleader* 1 ,2; Exchange Student* 2; Class President* 1; 
Prom Committee* 1; Welcoming Committee* 1; Yearbook Asst. Editor 4; Homecoming Queen 4 (* 1-C.H.S.); (* 2-L.I.H.S.) 
COSTA, DENISE — Field Hockey 1,2; Softball 1,2,3; Basketball 2 



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DIRECTORY 

COWARD, DANE C. — Basketball 1,2,3 

COWDREY, JEFFREY D. — J.V. Hockey 1; V. Hockey 2,3,4; V. Spring Track 2; Jr. Prom Committee 3 

CROWTHER, WILLIAM E. — J.V. Soccer 1,2; Spring Track 2,3; Winter Track 3; Concert Band 1,2; Wind Ensemble 3,4, Choir 1,3,4; Madrigal 3; B. 
Ensemble 1; Musical 1,2,3; Jazz Ensemble 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4 

CULLINGTON, JEFFREY W. — J.V. Soccer 2,3; V. Soccer 4; Basketball 1; Winter Track 2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2 

D'AURIA, DIANE H. — V. Field Hockey 1; Hockey Cheerleading 1; Tennis 2; Football and Basketball Cheerleading 2,3, Capt. 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; 

Homecoming Court 4 

DACEY, CAROL J. — Drama 1,2,3,4 

DAVIS, NANCY M. — Soccer 3,4; Ensemble 2,3; Class Treasurer 2,3 

DILL, ELEANOR N. — Wind Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4 

DITORE, MICHAEL A. — Concert Band 1; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4 

DONADIO, KAREN F. — Hockey Cheerleading 1, Football and Basketball Cheerleading 2,3, Capt. 4; Tennis 1,2, Capt. 3,4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; 
Legislative Committee 4 

DOUCETTE, KEVIN J. — J.V. Soccer 1,2; V. Soccer 3,4; Baseball 1; Winter Track 3,4 

DRAPER, DAVID M. — Indoor Track 2,3; Spring Track 2,3; X-Country 3; Concert Band 1 ,2,3,4; Marching Band 1 ,2,3,4; Literary Magazine 1 ; A. V. Club 2 
DUNN, BRIAN P. — Football 1,2,4; Basketball 1; Spring Track 2,3,4; Winter Track 3,4 
EDWARDS, JULIE K. — V. Basketball 3 

EHRENBECK, DEBORAH L. — Tennis 2,3,4; Ensemble 3; Bicentennial Exchange 1,2; Jr. Prom Committee 3, Yearbook Staff Layout Editor 4; H.S. Red 
Cross Coordinator 4 

EUNSON, ALBERT — Marine Physical Fitness Program 4; N.H.S. 4 
'EVANS, CHARLOTTE B. — Choir 1; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Drama 2,3; N.H.S. 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4; Math League 2,3,4; Best Bet 3 

EAGER, JACQUELINE L. — Voice Training 3; Ensemble 4; Student Advisory Committee 3; TARS 1,2; Yearbook Editor 4 

FIELD, SANDRA L. — Ensemble 2,3,4; Soccer 3; TARS 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; A.F.S. 4 

FISCHER, FRANK C. — Baseball 1,2; Soccer 3,4; Winter Track 3,4; Spring Track 3,4 
'^FRIEDMAN, ANN — Soccer 3,4; Ski Club 1,2; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Yearbook 4; N.H.S. 3,4 

FUREY, STEPHEN M. — Soccer 1,2; Ski Team 3,4; Tennis 2,3; Ski Club 1,2,3,4 

GARDNER, SCOTT R. — X-Country 4, Swim Team 4, Ski Club 1,2,3,4 

GEILFUSS, JOHN H. — Baseball 1; J.V. Tennis 2; V. Tennis 3,4 

GEMMELL, JAMES D. — Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Spring Track 3; X-Country 4 
GLATFELTER, MARCIA E. — J.V. Basketball 1; V. Basketball 2,3; X-Country 4; Choir 3 

GLENNON, MAUREEN V. — J.V. Softball 2; Concert Band 1; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2; Orchestra 4; Jr. Prom Committee 
3; Best Bet 3; Yearbook Typing Editor 4 

GOLOMB, CHARLENE M. — Field Hockey 2; Softball 2,3,4; Basketball 2 

GUAY, PIERRE — Soccer 1; Basketball 1; Baseball 1,2,4; Ski Team 2,4; Swim Team 2,3; Tournament of Plays 2 

GURAL, HARRY — Concert Band 1; J.V. Soccer 1; Basketball 1; N.H.S. 3, Secretary 4; Tournament of Plays 3,4; Fall Play 3; State Drama Festival 3; 
Tele-Media 3,4 

HAND, MICHAEL T. — Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Winter Track 2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2; Lacrosse 2,3; Choir 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4 
HANSEN, THOMAS K. — Rifle Team 3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Literary Magazine 1,2,3; Tele-Media 4 
HANSON, ERIC — Basketball 1; Winter Track 4; Spring Track 4; Concert Band 1 
HANSON, KRISTEN L. — Ski Team 3,4 

HARDING, JOHN G. — J.V. Soccer 1; V. Soccer 2,3,4; Ski Team 2,3,4; Track 2 
MEALY, JOHN L. — Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; N.H.S. 3,4 



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HOBGOOD, VAN A. — Basketball 1,2 

HOPKINS, KIMBERLY E. — Concert Band 1,2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Drama 1; TARS 2 

HOYLAND, RICHARD C- — Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,4; V. Lacrosse 3; Ski Team 1; Madrigal 1; Class President 1,3; Core Council 1; 
Legislative Committee 4; Student Advisory Committee 4; Yearbook 4; Literary Magazine 3,4 
HUBERT, GREGORY A. — Football 1; Baseball 1; Soccer 1; Ski Team 4; Choir 2,3; Ski Club 2,4 
HUFFMAN, RON — Golf Team 1,2,3,4 

JELLISON, DIANA M. — Field Hockey 1,2; Soccer 3; TARS 1,2; N.H.S. 3,4; Bicentennial Exchange 1,2 
JOHNSON, RICHARD P. — Football 1,2,3,4; Rifle 1; Lacrosse 3,4 
JONES, SHIRLYNN — Spring Track 1 

JOSS, JAYLYN C. — Soccer 4; Citizenship Committee 4; A.F.S. 4 
KALLOCH, ELIZABETH — Art Editor Yearbook 4; Ensemble 4 

KANE, TRACEY — Winter Track 1; X-Country 4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4 

KARALIS, JULIE A. — J.V. Softball 1, V. Softball 2,3,4; J.V. Field Hockey 2; Powder Puff Football 2; Ensemble 1 

KAPLAN, JANET L. — Wind Ensemble 1 ,2,3,4; Marching Band 1 ,2,3,4; Orchestra 1 ,4; Drama 1 ,2,3; TARS 1 ,2; Best Bet 3; Yearbook Ass't. Layout Editor 4 
KENISON, WILLIAM M. — Football 1,2,3,4 

KETTERING, LYNN L. — Ski Team 1,2,3,4; X-Country 2,3,4; Winter Track 2; Spring Track 2 

KIBBLER, HELEN H. — Choir 1,2,3,4; Wind Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Double Sextet 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; A.F.S. 3,4 

KILPATRICK, MAUREEN A. — Softball 1,2; TARS 1; Bicentennial Exchange 1,2 

KLEBER, KHRIS M. — Soccer 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3,4 

LANE, PATRICIA — Bicentennial Exchange 1,2; N.H.S. 3,4 

LARSEN, CHRIS P. — Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2; Basketball 1 

LARSEN, WILLIAM — J.V. Hockey 1,2; V. Hockey 3,4 

LARSON, PAUL G. — X-Country 1,2,3,4; Winter Track 1,2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,4 
LAZARIS, ELENA — Best Bet 2,3 

LEHAN, JOANNE M. — Ensemble 1; Field Hockey 1,2,3; TARS 1,2 
LEAAAY, RICHARD — Basketball 1,2; Golf 1,2,4; Track 4 

LUTER, DEBBIE R. — Softball 1,3; Soccer 1; Tennis 3,4; Volleyball 1; Ensemble 2; Photo Club 1; Pep Club 1,2; FHA 1 
LYNN, MARY E. — J.V. Basketball 1; V. Basketball 2,3,4; V. Field Hockey 2,3,4; V. Softball 2,3,4 
MACDONALD, EVAN D. — Baseball 1; Rifle 1 
AAACKENZIE, WILLIAM F. — Track 1 

MARRIGAN, RUTH M. — Concert Band 1,2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Marching Band 2,3, ; Jazz Band 3,4; Orchestra Pit for Musical 3,4 
MARTIN, LINDA J. — Ensemble 2,3; TARS 1; A.F S. 2; Bicentennial Exchange 1,2; Prom Decorating Committee 3 
MASKELENKO, GERARD P. — Basketball 1,2,3,4; X-Country 2,3,4 

MATHEWS, SHERI — J.V.B. Soccer 2; Soccer 3,4; Ensemble 1,2,3; A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 1 
MAUNDER, BARBARA A. — Ensemble 4 

MAWLEY, STEPHEN C. — Musical 3,4; J.V. Soccer 1,2; V. Soccer 3,4; French Club 3,4 

MAYER, DIANE E. — Choir 1; Madrigal 2,3,4; Double Sextet Pianist 1,2,3; Citizenship Committee 1,2,3; Class President 2,4; Student Court 3; A.F.S. 
President 4; Drama 1,2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4 

MCCARTHY, TREVOR O. — A-V Club 1,2,3; Tele-Media 2; Yearbook Staff 4 

MCCURDY, JENNIFER E. — Ski Team 2,3,4; Spring Track 3,4; X-Country 4; Chorus 2; Ski Club 2,3,4; Choir 3,4 

MCGUFFEY, NYXIE R. — Drill Team* 1; Gymnastics* 1,2; Track *1,4; Softball 2; Cheerleading 3,4; Vice-President Class 4; Drama* 1,2; Modern Dance* 
1,2; Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Court 4; Musical* 1 (*-Bitburg H.S.) 



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MCMAHAN, CHERYL A. — Softball 1,2; Concert Band 1; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Ensemble 1; Double Sextet 2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; 
Jazz Ensemble 2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Madrigal 4; Prom Committee 3 

MCMAHAN, HELEN L. — Concert Band 1,2; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Orchestra 3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Bicentennial Exchange 2; Concert Exchange 2; 
React 3 

MCMAHON, BRIAN — Track 1,2 

MCMANUS, TIMOTHY A. — Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Lacrosse 2,3,4; Tennis 1 
MCQUAGE, VIVIENNE E. — Softball 1; Drill Team 3; Class Representative 3; Spanish Club 1,2 
MEAD, MAUREEN E. — Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Hockey Cheerleading 1,2; TARS 1,2 
MEE, JOHN T. — Tennis 1; Swim Team 3,4 
MIKSENAS, DIANE C. — Softball 3 

MILLER, SUSAN A. — Concert Bond 1,2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Ensemble 1,2; Choir 3,4; Marching Bond 1,2,3,4; Soccer 3; A.F.S. 3,4 
MINNASSIAN, DAVID — X-Country 1,2; Winter Track 1; Spring Track 1 
MIZZONI, STEVEN B. — Football 1; Baseball 1,2 

MOLINA, ARTHUR G. — V. Baseball 1,2,3,4; J.V. Basketball 2; V. Basketball 3,4; V. Football 3,4 

MOLL, DAVE M. — Concert Band 1,2,3,4; J.V. Soccer 1,2,3; V. Soccer 4; V. Swim Team 2,3,4; J.V. Tennis 2; V. Tennis 3,4 
MOONEY, WILLIAM F. — J.V. Soccer 1; V. Soccer 2,3, Tri-Capt. 4; Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1 

MORRIS, PEATOR J. — Concert Band 1; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Jazz Band 4; Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Track 2,4; Legislative Committee 2; Student Advisory Committee 
4; Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Newspaper 1 

MURDOCK, STEPHEN H. — Concert Band 1,2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Jazz Band 3,4; Winter Track 2,3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4; Rifle 
Team ); Treasurer Class 4 

MURPHY, STEPHEN K. — Track 2,3; X-Country 3; Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 1,2,4; Choir 4; Vice-President Class 1; Legislative Committee 2,3; Best 
Supporting Actor T.O.P. 1; Best Actor T O. P. 4; Tournament of Ploys 1,2,3,4; Musical 3; Tele-Media 4 

NAUGLER, JEANETTE M. — Ensemble 4; Legislative Committee 2,3; ABC Committee 3; Northeast Reg. Advisory Council 4; Yearbook 4 
NEIL, PATRICIA M. — Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; TARS 1,2; Ensemble 3,4 

O'BRIEN, WILLIAM P. — Baseball 1,2,3,4; J.V. Soccer 1,2,3; V. Soccer 4; Basketball 1; French Ciub 3,4 
OLMSTEAD, KATHLEEN A. — Choir 2,3,4; Track 1; Soccer 3; Citizenship Committee 1 
O'NEIL, THOMAS J. — Baseball 1,2,3,4; J.V. Soccer 2,3; V. Soccer 4 

PAINE, SUSAN — Orchestra 1 ,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Ensemble 1; Double Sextet 4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Student Court 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Drama 1 ,2,3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; 
Moth League 2,3,4; Best Bet 2 

PASS, EDUARD — Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4 

PEDERSEN, ROBERT C. — Concert Band 1; Golf Team 2,3; N.H.S. 1,3,4; Science Club 2,3; Latin Club 3; Math Club 3; Yearbook 4 
^PEKO, SANDY — Spring Track 2; X-Country 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4 

PELLETIER, CHRIS — Concert Bond 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; Rifle Team 1; Track 2,3,4; Baseball 1 
PIKE, SUSAN — Track 1,2 

PILLA, ANDREW D. — Concert Band 1,2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Marchinb Band 1,2,3,4; Jazz Band 3,4 

PRUYN, K. THEODORE — J.V. Soccer 1; V. Soccer 2,3, Tri-Capt. 4; Ski Teom 2,3,4; V. Spring Track 3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4 

RATNEY, CATHERINE E. — Concert Band 1,2,3; Wind Ensemble 4; Marching Band 2,3,4; TARS 2; Bicentennial Exchange 2,3; Yearbook 4 

RAZZABONI, GAYLE M. — N.H.S. 3,4 

REDMOND, LISA A. — J.V. Softball 1; V. Softball 2,3,4; J.V. Field Hockey 2; Ensemble 1,2,3,4 
RUETENIK, JAMES R. — Football 1,2,3,4; Lacrosse 2,3,4; Swimming 3,4; Ski Club 4 
RUSSELL, MARK A. — Football 3,4 

SALINAS, PATRICK C. — Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Rifle Team 1 



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/ SANDY, ELIZABETH A. — X-Country 2,3; Spring Track 2; Citizenship Committee 3,4, N.H.S. 3,4; A.F.S. 4 

SAVIGNAC, ARTHUR C. — J.V. Soccer 1,2; V. Soccer 3,4; J.V. Hockey 1; V. Hockey 2,3,4; French Club 3; Yearbook Advertising Sales Mgr. 4 
SCHELLHASE, JOHN — Soccer 2 

SCHEYDER, CAROLYN R. — Soccer 1,3,4; J.V. Softball 3,4; Ensemble 2; Choir 3,4; Pep Club 2 
SCHIFF, LYNN A. — J.A. Tennis 2; Guitar 2; Ensemble 4; TARS 1,2; Drama Club 1; Best Bet 2 
SCIARAFFA, JOHN A. — Jr. Classical League 4 
SHAMON, MARK V. — Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 3,4 

SICKLES, JOSEPH — V. Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; J.V. Basketball 1; V. Basketball 2,4; Physical Fitness Program 
SIMMONS, DIANE — TARS 2 

SINOTTE, STEVEN B. — Basketball 1,2,3,4; Physical Fitness Program 1,2,3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4 
SMITH, EDWARD S. — Choir 4; Ensemble 4; Musical 4; School Play 3 

SMYSER, CRAIG H. — Tennis* 1,2,3; X-Country* 2,3,4; Winter Track 3,4; Chess Club* 2; California Scholarship Federation* 2 (* 1 ,2-V.H.S.) 
SONNTAG, SABINE — Baseball* 1; Volleyball* 2,3; Choir* 1,2; Jr. Class Secretary*; Spanish Club* 1,2,3; German Club 4; (* 1 ,2,3-M.H.S.) 
SPARKS, RICHARD A. — Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 3 

STOWELL, THOMAS E. — Concert Band 1,2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; X-Country 1,2,3,4; Indoor Track 1,2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4 
SULLIVAN, JOAN C. — Field Hockey 1,2; Citizenship Committee 3,4; Student Advisory Committee 4; Prom Committee 3 

SUTHERLAND, CAROL A. — Choir 1 ,2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Double Sextet 3,4; Vice-President Class 2; Citizenship Committee 4; Bicentennial Exchange 1 ,2 

SVENDSEN, NATALIE M. — Winter Track 1; Soccer 3, Capt. 4; Citizenship Committee 4; Bicentennial Exchange 1,2 

SVENSSON, RICHARD S. — Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Lacrosse 2,3,4 

SWANSON, AMY — J.V. Softball 1; Football and Basketball Cheerleading 2,3,4 

STEWARD, CHERYL D. — Citizenship Committee 3,4; Student Advisory Council 4; Yearbook 4 

TAYLOR, LINDA A. — Swim Team 1,2,3, Capt. 4; Softball 2 

TORGESON, CURTIS N. — Concert Band 1; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Marching Bond 1,2,3,4; Best Bet 3; Spring Track 2 
TOWLE, MIRIAM E. — X-Country 2,3; Wind Ensemble 2,3 

TSOUPRAKE, KATHLEEN M. — V. Track* 1; Softball* 1 , Volleyball* 1, J.V. Cheerleading* 1; Gymnastics* 1, Football and Basketball Cheerleading 3,4; 
Homecoming Queen Court 4 {*1 -Brussels American H.S.) 

UTLEY, LISA J. — Concert Bond 1 ,2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Rifle Team 1 ,2; Bicentennial Exchange 1 ; Drama Club 1 ; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Yearbook 4 
VERRIER, SANDRA A. — Hockey Cheerleading 1,2,3,4; Soccer Cheerleading 4; J.V. Field Hockey 2; Madrigal 1,2; Ensemble 1 
WALK, BRENDA S. — Powder Puff Football 1,2; Soccer 1; Cabinet Member 2; Ecology Club 1; Pep Club 1,2; Booster Club 2; French Club 2 
WARWICK, ELIZABETH B. — Soccer 3; Ensemble 3; A.F.S. 1,2; Tele-Media 3,4 




WATTS, WADE — Madrigol 1,2; Ensemble 1; Football 1; Wrestling 2; A.F.S. 1,2,3; Tele-Media 3,4 

WEAVER, EDWARD — Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1,2; Swimming 2,3, Capt. 4; N.H.S. 3,4 1 

WEINSCHENK, KAREN J. — J.V. Basketball 1,2; V. Basketball 3,4; J.V. Softball 1,2,3; Concert Band 1,2; Wind | 

Ensemble 3,4; Marching Bond 1,2,3,4; Choir 3,4; Musical 3,4 

WILKINS, DAVID A. — Football 3,4 

WILSON, WILLIAM G. — Baseball 1,3; Ski Club 1,2,3 

WINGFIELD, JULIE A. — Choir 3,4; Musical 3 j 
WINTER, LAUREN E. — Winter Track 1; Soccer 2,3, Capt. 4; Concert Band 1,2,3; Marching Band 1,2,3; 
Secretary of Class 4; Ski Team 3; Ski Club 2,3; Bicentennial Exchange 1,2; Best Bet 3; Yearbook Ass't. Literary 
Editor 4 





Back row: Seth Appell, Lloyd Block, Mark Ayasse, Glen Ansel, Jeff Besse, Lisa Binsack, 
Emily Abroms; Row 2: David Aldorisio, Bill Bench, Monica Benziger, Rose Antonuccia, 
Pam Beamen, Holly Beouchense, Jennifer Baker; Row 1 : Phillip Alexander, Doryl Ansil. 



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Back row: Glen Brooks, Bob Brady, Mark Castro, John Chase, Mike Cavan- 
naugh, Chris Campbell, Beth Boatright; Row 2: Ruth Buckley, Danielle 
Busch, Mark Cerpial, Steve Boudreau, Billy Carruth, Diane Caristi, Kathy 
Callahan; Row 1: Jim Bouman, Mark Bruha, Brad Cheathem, Tom Britt, 
Matt Brooks. 



Back row: Stephanie Colonero, Linda Cook, Mork Coleman, Christine 
CqIoo, Terry Cullen, Richard Couto, Chris Collier, Susan Damery; Row 2: 
Donna Conway, Shirley Cunningham, Joanne CoHiton, Tracey Cook, Dar- 
lene Cogswell, Judy Curley, Susan Clark; Row 1 : Dennis DeFrancesco, Joe 
Collins, David Croke, Robert Collins, John Concannon, Matthew Corey, 
John Coleman. 





Back row: Billy Dorerty, Rich D'Entrement, Mark Eaton, Brian Doucette, 
Kevin Dorritty, Jana Eagen, Brenda Eaton; Row 2: Maureen Delaney, 
Cheryl Draper, Toro Dyer, Kathy DeMattio, Katrina Diehard, Lisa DiC- 
lemente, Raina Eckhordt; Row 1: Paul DeWeerd, Chris Doherty, Robert 
Duff, George Economo. 



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Back row: Kim Ginder, Linda Fox, Regina Farineilo, Chuck Ennis, Karen 
Fuller, Fish; Row 1: Teryl Gardner, Laurie Fitzgerald, Cindy Geriek, 
Angela Gawel, Paul Furey, Bill Ford, Julie Feltman. 



Back row: Kathy Hanson, Mike Hill, Eric Holland, David Hamann, Doug 
Haynes, Monty Guise, Tim Guinn, Ellen Hoult; Row 1: Diane Higson, 
Karen Hines, Carol Han ley, Jan Hollenbeck, Julie Hall, Debbie Graham, 
Nancy Hennrikus. „ 





Back row: Kurt Huenfeld, David Jauss, Brad Karlson, Terry Jones, Tony 
lasi, Mark Kettering, Keith Kelley, Fred Kelley, Kathy Konkle; Row 2 
Sandy Kane, Mary Latino, Denise Kenney, Pom Knopf, Donna Kinney 
Carolyn Hulbert, Christine Kephart; Row 1: Gary Laundry, Dale Kutyna 
Michael Kohm, Jeff Hoyland. 




Back row: Art Lenihan, Pete Maurer, Jon Leary, Jim Leary, Bill McLeod, 
Mike Leskowski, George Linahcn, Laura Lundgren, Mark Macklin, 
Rachel Kneeland; Row 2: Steve Leonard, Dave Masse, Laura Leong, 
Judy Moloney, Carole Leary, Martha Moskelenko, Kathy McKerron, 
Marie Laina Lorrey, Becki Lawton; Row 1: Lorry Madden, Chip Lovely, 
Peter Maizano, Bob MacArthur, Miles McDonough, Lance Ledbetter, 
Sonny Lezomo. 



Carole Monaco, Janice Nickerson, Anne Moeller, Richard Newachik, 
Wayne Newman, Brian Milligon, Lorraine Miller, Gino Mussachio; Row 
2: Fred McGloughin, Mary McHorg, Elaine Nougler, Carolyn Milligon, 
Leslie O'Connor, Nona Nyilas, John Mulligan; Row 1: Doney McQuage, 
Bernie Morgan, Michael McHugh, Steve Nyles, Paul McEachern, 
Thomas O'Brien, Crystal Naegli. 






Back row: Shielo Pagelkopf, Chris Page, Billy Oram, Charles Philbrick, 
Jean Pillo, Laura Powderly; Row 2: Mike Ratney, Debbie Pepper, Joyce 
Palmeri, Sherrill Burgess, Tammy Paul, Michelle Roy, Karen Pliska; Row 
1: Anthony Pondiscio, John O'Neil, Carl Peterson, Michael Porter, Doug 
Reader, Ter ranee Parker. 



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Back row: Kathy Rennie, Diane Robinson, Lisa Rizzari, Mil<e Sainnheo, 
Clark Robinson, Mike Sizou, Darien Saunders, Doug Sharhon, Brad 
Rose, Ricky Bell, Kathy Riley, Julie Shurans; Row 2: Bonnie Porter, Lynne 
Roberts, Amy Senio, Dina Segal, Tracy Shaw, Jackie Schoendorf, Laura 
Reed; Row 1: Mike Riley, Stuart Solzer, Richard Salter, Augie Russo, 
Doug Stefanelli. 




Back row: Teri Tortoriei, Barbara Stella, John Torello, Eric Stogdill, 
Doug Stevens, Robert Sutherland, Judy Sword, Tommy Sodiquist, Sha- 
ron Stelling; Row 2: Martha Sullivan, Jamie Torgeson, Kim Trelegan, 
Claire Swanson, Robin Stidworthy, Kimiko, Takagi, Mary Anno Sol- 
omonides; Row 1 : Tom Spidell, Randy Toney, Tim Sparks, Byrn Turner. 






CLASS OFFICERS: 
TOM MULLIGAN — vice president 
SHERM ROBINSON — president 
PAM YATSKO — treasurer 
CAROL KEENE — secretary 



SOPHOMORES: 




Back row: Lindo Amundson, Julie Ahearn, Kristen Blaisedale, Michelle 
Benoit, Nell Barton, Sharon Bratt, Cheryl Blodgett; Row 2: Kathy 
Brando, Natalie Bretanneil, Nina Bohrod, Nancy Blake, Joanne Bartels, 
Tracy Aucoin, Gail Aldorisio; Row 1: Lincoln Clark, Jeff Bates, Jon Ball, 
David Ardito. 



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Back row: Kevin Buck, Barbara Budden, Chris Burri, Scott Chambers, 
Charles Brunner, Edwin Busch, Beth Chapman, Yvonne Busa; Row 2: 
Laura Bryan, Sharon Brown, Cathy Christen, Laura Bullock, Christine 
Callahan, Kristen Carr, Julie Castro; Row 1: David Brown, Paul Caruso, 
Bruce Bullock. 



Back row: David Collins, Jonathan Croke, John Deranian, John Conway, 
Dana Dempsey, Darren Colenaro, Mike Davison, Reed Durlith; Row 2: 
Donna Couto, Debbie Collins, Vol Crocker, Alea Conley, Jo Ellen Dam- 
ery. Laurel Davidson, Carol Deloney; Row 1: Stephen Davidson, Diane 
Cushmon, Diane Damon, Gary Connor. 





Bock row: Sue Eldridge, Peter Donovan, Terry Feole, Dan Fennell, Celine 
Dolley, Natalie Epentier, Chris Fisher, Brian Doherty, Mary Fluries, Erica 
Ellingson; Row 2: Glen Ellis, Donald Felix, Tracy Filuel, Jean Ennis, Lisa 
Ferrill, Shirley Ewart, David Eunson; Row 1: Kim Dixon, Betty Fields, 
Terry Eisenhower, Patty Fields, Deidre Fenton. 




Back row: Ken French, Peter Goldman, Gordy French, Doug Frost, Gary 
Guise, Dave Gerber; Row 1 : Terry Guinn, Linda Goss, Jane Foerst, Larry 
Freni, Bill Gurol, Gordy Guoy, Theresa Goodwin. 



lack row: Chris Halligan, Mike Harrison, Chris Harrison, Rich Heinrich, 
ohn Hanley, Bill Harrington, Kevin Hortwell, Tom Honsis, Jeff Hand; 
{ow 2: Beth Hopkins, Susan Hunt, Joanne Hulbert, Kathy Hansen, Lynn 
Haggerty, Shielo Hingoroni, Karen Holland, Jacqueline Head, Stocey 
Horning, Anne Hutzenbiler; Row 1: Ellen Hayes, Alberta Hitchcock, 
\rr\y Hamilton, Stacey Hatch, Trocey Irwin. 




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Back row: Malcolm Martin, Shaun McAuliffe, Charlie Martin, Paul 
McKenna, Mike McGrath, Tom Mead, Frank Melvin, Bill McMahon; Row 
2: Donna Masse, Julie Malchow, Sue Mead, Julie McMurtrie, Mary 
McGarry, Beth McDoogle, Mary Jo McManus, Marie Lyons; Row 1: Lief 
Lustig, Robin McKenzie, Laura McKenzie, Bob Massa. 



Back row: James Morris, Stephen Morris, Feranc Nagy, Rusty Leuman, 
Mark Nolan, Steve Nelson, Ken Nordley, Mike Miller, David Morris, Dan 
Morgan, Dawn Murphy, Linda Micheison; Row 2: Keith Moffet, Robert 
Miller, Michael Oates, Lori Meitzner, Ellen Mizzoni, Peter Morono, Tom 
Mulligan; Row 1: Janice Molley, Stephanie Moll, Sara Miller, Lynn 
Milam, Lois Nordby, Soumen Nondy. 





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Back row: Joan Sullivan, Renee Theriault, Marie Sternberg, David 
Steele, Kathy Sparks, Matt Stuart; Row 2: Kelly Stone, Ginger Steam, 
Sandy Thomes, Linda Stephen, Chris Sutherland, Claire Towie; Row 1: 
Jim Stepshoe, Jon Stefanelli, Eric Thoreson, Bill Stentson. 





Back row: Paul Weinschenk, George Wheeler, Reid Woodworth, Bill 
Wheeler, Joe Weaver, Chris Wieson, Amy Webster, Amanda Wheeler; 
Row 1: Will Vitrand, Joe Vernucci, Jay White, Debbie Vincetti, Potti 
Wright, Cheryl Wilson, Caroline Zampese. 



FRESHMEN 



CLASS OFFICERS: Treasurer — Ai- 
leen O'Connor, Secretary — Kelly Ann 
Colliton, Vice Pres. — Nancy Hen- 
nrikus. Pres. — Loura Bench. 





Back row: Angela Bard, Micheie Adil, Becky Blake, Douglas Auld, Andrec 
Ardito, Julie Ackerman, Becky Alderink. Middle row: Joanne Barry, Debbii 
Bailey, Laura Bench, Francy Beecy, Lisa Biery, Marian Amundson. Fron 
row: Andy Blake, Stuart Blair, Paul Arnold, Doug Arnold. 



Back row: Joe Bumboca, Jeff Bryant, Bill Brumo, Tim Bradley, Peter 
Brooks, Jay Bridge, Mary Bruha. Middle row: Anne Bootright, Kelly 
Buckley, Maria Camara, Sarah Brady, Pom Brown, Pat Burns. Front row: 
Dan Burns, Bob Bradford, Todd Campbell, Ingrid Buntschuh, Bob Boone. 



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Dck row: Evan Davidson, Goyle Doherty, Kelly Dougherty, Joseph Devine, 
ark Costa, Brian Donahue, Richard Davidson, Glen Cullen, Patricia 
aughlin, Maria DiTore, Cynthia Devine. Middle row: Paul d'Entremont, 
jssel D'Auria, Beth Doucette, Patricio DeMottio, Renee Dobkowski, Mary 
nn Croke, Barbara Donaldson. Front row: Elizabeth Donovan, Steven 
eVellis, Stephen DiClemente, Marc DeLellis, Elizabeth Cowan. 





Bock row: Diane French, Lawrence Foster, Eileen Ford, David Ducem, 
Chris Flores, David Ellis, Sue Fogarty. Middle row: David Evans, Robert 
Emerson, Paul Farrell, Mike Fiato, David Folwieder, Kerry Dyer, John Egan. 
Front row: Sandy Draper, Cynthia Ellis, Joanne Dutra, Monique Foucher, 
Karen Draper. 



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Back row: David Greene, Steven Gardner, Jeff Gap>e, Svein Gjelsvik, Sco 
Haynel, Jon Gonzalez, Brian Gaeritt. Middle row: Chris Hansen, Bill Goffii 
Andrew Harrington, Kyle Hanson, Ann Harris, Audrey Golla, Neila Hen 
rani. Front row: Kathy Gauntlett, Doug Gurley, Kathy Hennrikus. 



Back row: Keith Kirkland, Peter Joss, Joseph Keohan, Andy Hobgood, 
Scott Jones, Katie Kennedy, Nora Kelly. Front row: Diane Jonuskis, Karen 
Killiann, Jennifer Kempton, Patricio Jauss, Tonya Kneeland, Linda Hum- 
phrey, Diane Jones. 





Back row: Debra Manning, Eric Lundquist, Mark Libby, John Loan, h 
Leory, Tom Lynch, Laurie L'Heureux, Lisa MacNeil, Larry Lezamo, Det 
Lynch, Krua Khunnaphan. Middle row: Heather Lane, Bonnie MacLel 
Lisa Malchow, Melissa Lustig, Suzanne Logcher, Lori Labina, Emily Lav 
Front row: Lisa Lyons, Diana Lund. 




Back row: Charlie McGonagle, John McKenzie, Alan McDonell, Chris Ma- 
son, Bill McHugh, Mike McEachern, Scott McCurdy, Susan Marschall, Jim 
McMahan. Middle row: John Martin, Ken Mayer, David Melville, Mike 
McLaughlin, Lyn Meister, Chris Miller, Gina Mignon, Jeff Millett, John Mici. 
Front row: Danny Mead, Loretta McKie, Peter Meyers, Joan McNamara, 
Jim Mercurio. 



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Qck row: Kurt Pacey, Dot Nolan, Vincent Orlando, Andy Nawoichik, 
rian O'Hearn, Donald Naugler, Eileen O'Connell, Carol O'Neal. Front 
)w: Sandy Olmstead, Cheryl Neal, Stacey Newman, Aileen O'Connor, 
enita Murphy, Dianne Oppedisano, Sheri Nickerson. 





Back row: Mary Beth Puffer, Paula Setter, Ricky Proux, Scott Salzer, Har- 
low Pinson, Tom Perry, Ted Perrigrin. Middle row: Debbie Raffer, Lisa Pike, 
Janet Pliska, Carol Rennice, Ann Riley, David Puzzo, John Porter. Front 
row: Martha Rikker, Beth Russo, Lisa Pendexter, Cheryl Saviolo. 



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Back row: Linda Sinotte, Becky Stinson, Mary Stockdale, Jeffery Stephens, 
Lisa Smith, Linda Shroedorf, Marcia Mulcahey, Carol-Lee Spencer. Middle 
row: Mark Sullivan, Steven Steel, Lisa Acaltreto, Sean Sundra, Scott Miles, 
David Sizoo, Bonnie Nassi, Tricia Shea, Martha Sullivan, Bob Stanley. 
Front row: Mike Scott, Barry Serpa, Jana Smith, Geoffrey Spofford. 




Back row: Linda Pepe, Lisa 
Fcrrell, Lori Mietzner, Lori 
Fitzgerald, Anne Moeller, 
Carolyn Hulbert, Ellen Miz- 
zoni; Front row: Linda Cook, 
Capt. Lorraine Ackerman, 
Cheryl Blodgett. 





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Stidworthy, Stephanie Colonero, Carol ■ 
Sutherland, Cathy Christian, conductor 
— Mary Nolan, Susan Paine, Sharon 
Brown, Cheryl McMahon, Denise Busch, 
Stephanie Moll, Helen Kibbler, Kathy 
Blomstedt. 



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Back row: Ed Pass, Keith Evans, Kevin 
Dougherty, Chris Collier, Ferenc Nagy, Ken- 
neth Mayer, Dana Davidson, Steve Murphy. 
Middle row: Paul Mudgett, Kathy Cierpial, 
Ruth Buckley, Danielle Busch, Diane Mayer, 
Mary McHarg, Sandy Hiiyes, Kathy 
Blomstedt. Front row: Chris Choate, Cheryl 
McMahon, Elaine Naugler, Carol Sutherland, 
Michelle Joy, Jenny Choate, Laura Bryan, 
Donna Kinney, Leslie O'Conner, conductor — 
Susan Dill. 



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Back Row: Cindy Dion, Nancy Bloke, Lisa Shea, Lisa DiClemente, Sheila Pagelkopf, Kathy McKerron, Liz Kalloch, Kothy Cierpiol, Lynn Milam, Sandy Field, 
Tish Neil, Trocey Show, Lori Fitzgerald, Joanne Colliton. 4th Row: Rebecca Alderink, Anne Whitaker, Renee Dobkowski, Lorraine Miller, Chris Colau, 
Beverly Silles, Theresa Beliino, Aileen O'Connor, Laurel Davidson, Trocey Aucoin, Christine Sutherland, Susan Domery, Carol Spencer. 3rd Row: Cheryl 
Neil, Cheryl Linsenman, Liz Forrest, Yvonne Busa, Laura Bullock, Sue Hunt, Debbie Manning, Ed Pass, Doug Reader, Denise Busch, Pot Wright, Jackie 
Foger, Kathy Olmstead. 2nd Row: Janet Cornwell, Joanne Hulbert, Linda Pepe, Ellen Hayes, Carol Monaco, Laura Reed, Dona Davidson, Scott McCurdy, 
Jeff Hoyland, Mark Ayosse, Lisa Redmond, Jane Wingfield, Jan Barker. Front Row: Stacey Horning, Carolyn Kenney, Bonnie Porter, Cheryl Draper, Julie 
Feltman, Steve DiClemente, Dwight Reader, Eric Woodord, Chris Collier, Cheryl Burgess, Julie Schoorens, Terry, Tortirici. 




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CHOIR 



Back Row: Robin Stidworthy, Elaine Naugler, Cathie Smith, Stephenie Colonero, Gary Farrell, Theresa Beliino, Jennifer Baker, Bill Crowther, Joe Collins, 
Thomas Richardson, Jeff Hand, Mike Hand, Tom Mulligan, Doug Reader, Kevin Buck. 2nd Row: Kathy Blomstedt, Sheila Hingorani, Cathy Christian, 
Carolyn Scheyder, Debbie Bailey, John Coleman, Kevin Dougherty, Brian Milligan, Jeff Hoyland, Denise Busch, Jane Forest, Jenny McCurdy, Julie 
Wingfield, Carol Sutherland, Karen Weinschenk. 3rd Row: Danielle Busch, Debbie Clyde, Susan Paine, Susan Miller, Michelle Ray, Dana Davidson, Edwin 
Busch, Mark Ayasse, Dan Greene, Tom Hooper, Ferenc Nagy, Dave Milam, Karen Killam, Sandy Hayes, Sarah Swider, Kelly Dougherty. Front Row: Sandy 
Kane, Debbie Pepper, Carolyn Hulbert, Sharon Brown, Margaret Walline, Vince Orlando, Dwight Reader, Rob Sutherland, Chris Collier, Steve Murphy, 
Malcolm Martin, Paul Scheyder, Stephanie Moll, Helen Kibbler, Kathy Olmstead, Cheryl McMahan, accompanist Dave Gerber. 




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Cheryl Stewart, Rich Hoyland and Barbara Stella 



STUDENT COURT 




Bruce Bullock, Linda Dudo, Anne Marie Papalia, and Mary Louise McHarg 



LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE 




Back row: Mrs. McHarg, Mr. Dietz, Mrs. 
Spence; row 2: Joan Sullivan, Rich 
Hoyiand, Jeff Bates; row 1 : Kim Ginder, 
Elaine Naugler, Karen Donadio. 




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AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 



Back row: Jaylyn Joss, Beth 
Lipson, Renee Dobkowski, 
Anne Whitaker, Sarah Swider, 
Judy Sword, Natalie Epeneter, 
Lisa Shea; row 4: Evan 
Davidson, Stacy Newman, 
Susan Paine, Sheila Hingorani, 
Kate Selby, Erica Ellingson, 
Mike Riley, Laurel Davidson; 
row 3: Helen Kibbler, Suzanne 
Logcher, Nina Bohrod, Suman 
Nandy, Denise Busch; row 2: 
Janice Molloy, Julie Ackerman, 
Sharon Brown, Linda 
Schoendorf; row 1: Jenny 
Choate, Scott Rider, Masumi 
Yamamuro, Diane Mayer. 




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Back row: Jeff Hand, 
Tom Hanson, Ruth 
Buckley, Mike Hand, 
Diane Mayer, 
Charlotte Evans; row 
2: John Sciaraffa, 
Elena Lazaris, Ferenc 
Nagy, Curtis 
Torgerson, Maureen 
Glennon, Jaylyn Joss; 
row 1 : Mrs. Reizes, Mr. 
McCauley, Jenny 
Choate, Janet Kaplan, 
Lauree Winter, Sue 
Mead. 



DRAMA CLUB 




Back row: Eric 
Thoresson, Paul Caruso, 
Leslie O'Connor, Kevin 
Dougherty, Debbie Clyde, 
Carol Dacey, Diane 
Mayer; row 3: Dawn 
Murphy, Ken Mayer, 
Sharon Brown, Sheila 
Hingorani, Stacy 
Newman, Andrea 
Arditto; row 2: Erica 
Ellingson, Kate Selby, 
Marcy Appell, Scott 
Stefanov, Suzanne 
Logcher, Natalie 
Epeneter; row 1 : Suman 
Nandy, Stacy Horning, 
Nina Boh rod, Laurie 
Williamson, Bob Millar. 



LITERARY MAGAZINE 



Back row: Jean Ringle, Rich Hoyland, 
Julie Hall; row 1 : Mr. Desilets, Jill Curley, 
Lynn Kettering. 




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AUDIO-VISUAL CLUB 



Back row: Ed Pass, Eric 
Thoreson, David Ardito, 
John Cuman; Row 2: Carl 
Brown, George Wheeler, 
Vince Orlando, Doug 
Stefenov;Row 1: Jon 
Croke, Malcolm Martin, 
Lynn Milam, David 
Paradise, Soumen Nandy. 




TELE-MEDIA CLUB 



Back row: Rich Hoyland, 
John Cuman, Steve Mur- 
phy, Bill Huertas; Row 2: 
Carol Sutherland, Mike 
Hall, Natalie Svendson, 
Harry Gural, Rob Suther- 
land; Row 1: Malcolm 
Martin, Elaine Naugler, 
Doug Stefanov; Bottom: 
Wade Watts. 



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LATIN CLUB GERMAN CLUB 




Back row: Eric Thoreson, 
Mary Farrill, Mike Riley; 
Row 3: Sandra Draper, 
Ken Mayer, Paul Caruso; 
Row 2: Eric Ellingson; 
Row 1: Morgeret Wal- 
leen, Soumen Nondy, 
Vincent Orlando. 



Back row: Paul Caruso, John Sciraffa, Kate Selby, 
Merrill Bluestien; Row 2: Soumen Nandy, Eric El- 
lingson, Ann Harris; Row 1: Richard Green, Charlotte 
Evans. 



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SCIENCE CLUB 




Bock row: Russ Philbrick, Mike Sizoo, Stuart Salzer, Glen Campbell, David Gerber; Row 2: Back row: Mike Klett, Rich Baskelesko, David Gerber, Trevor 
Dovid Gaunt, Shaun Pickett, Damion Peko; Row 1: Charlotte Evans, Soumen Nandy, Sue McCarthy; Row 1: Joh, Stocey Horning, Soumen Nandy. 
Paine. 



BEST BET EUROPEAN TRIP 77 






Varsity, Back row: Donna Couto, Liz Geran, Robin Smyser, Laurel Davidson, Judy Moloney, 
Bonnie Porter, Coach, Mr. Gillis. Row 1: Merrill Cook, Donie McQuage, Lorene Delfino, Anne 
Friedman, Jay-Lyn Joss, Natalie Svendson, Lauree Winter, Sherrie Matthews, Denise Busch, 
Pom Boone, Carolyn Schyder, Laura Aldoricio, Nancy Davis. 




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Back row: Beth MacDonald, Caroline Mulligan, Sherrill Burgess, Liz Forrest, Claire Towie, Morie DiTore, Barbara Stella, 
Jackie Shoendorf, Kathy Taft, Kristen Corr, Carol Leary, Christine Sutherland, Mario Spiedei, Gail Aldoricio, Coach — Ted 
Nussdorfo. Row 1: Lisa Smith, Kathy Sparks, Debbie Bailey, Mary McGarry, Linda Duda, Neila Hangerani, Amy Webster, 
Lisa Poor. 

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VARSITY — Back row: Jeff Besse, Billy O'Brien, Tom O'Neil, Jimmy Stepchew, Chris Kleber, Kevii 
Doucette, Jeff Cullington, Dove Hamonn, Steve Manley, Ken Ward, Frank Fisher, John Harding 
Arthur Savignac, Coach Patuleia, Assistant Coach Gauthier. Front row: Mark Bruha, Mar 
Ayasse, Bill Crowther, Tri-Captians (Bill Mooney, Ted Pruyn, Peator Morris) Ronald Eckardt 
Bernie Morgan, Dave Moll. 







J.V. — Back row: Coach Gauthier, Jeff Besse, Kris Pruyn, Rich Hemnch, Bill Wieler, Bob Cleghorn, Gor< 
Guay, Dana Washburn, Charlie Martin, Wayne Newman, Chuck Brunner, Danny Morgan, Jimmy Bush, Ep| 
Busch, Ferance Nagy. Front row: Bill Caruth, Doyle Katina, Steve Morris, Peter Russo, Steve Davidsc] 
Tri-Captians (Dave Croke, Paul McEachern, Darren Colenero) Verl Kingsford, Jim Morris, Bob Miller, St€ 
Boud reau. 




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■RESHMEN — Back Row: Peter Colenero, Paul D'Entrement, Kevin Clark, Geoff Spofford, Doug 
3urley, Coach Mr. Bane. Middle Row: Kent Monteith, John MacKenzie, Rich Davidson, Donald 
Jaugler, Tom Perry, Mike Scott. Front Row: Dale Simmons, Dana Svendsen, John Loan, Co- 
.optoins (Neal Ward, Mike McEachern), James Concannon, Svein Gjelsvik, Don Hammann, Brian 
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Back row: Paula Salta, Renee Debkowski, Ted Pruyn, Doug Frost, Scott McCurdy; 3rd row: Evan Davidson, David 
Morano, Mike Kohm, Bobby Webb, Steve Schoorens, Ann Friedman, Tania Kneeland; 2nd row: Jaylyn Joss, David 
Foweiler, Chuck Brunner, Amy Webster, Katie Swider, Natalie Brentnall, Jenny McCurdy, Peator Morris; 1st row: 
Mcrcie Apfjel, Raina Eckhart, Debbie Kaplan, Julie Maichow, Lisa Malchow, Janice Malloy, Laurel Davidson, 
Monique Faucher; Coach Sandoz. Missing from photo: Cathy Ratney, Meryl Bluestein, Lynn Kettering, Dana 
Davidson, Kris Pruyn, John Harding, John Deranian, Elia Connely, Chris Mason, Roy Webster, Ron Eckhart. 



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Back row: Evan Davidson; 3rd row: Kris Pruyn, John Harding, Ted Pruyn, Oscar Stepshue, Dan Fennel, John 
Leary, David Foweiler; 2nd row: Chris Mason, Scott McCurdy, Vol Crocker, Elen Holt, Roy Webster, Ron Eckhart, 
Elia Connely, Bobby Webb, Mike Kohn, Greg Hubert, Myles McDonough, David Morano; 1st row: Jaylyn Joss, 
Ann Friedman, Laurie Winter, Natalie Brentnall, Raina Eckhart, Debbie Kaplan, Renee Debkowski, Marcia Appei, 
Natalie Svensdon. 



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Girls Varsity — Back row; Nancy Hennrikus, Regirna Farinello, 
Meryl Bluestein, Rachel Kneelond; row 1: Marie Lyons, Mary 
Jo McManus, Karen Donadio. 




Girls Junior Varsity — Bock row: Katie Doucette, Emily Abrams, Robin Smyser, Jean 
Ennis, Linda Martin; row 1: Laura Aldorisio, Liz Forrest, Ann Moeller, Lynn Roberts, 
Sharon Bratt. Missing from photo: Debbie Ehrenbeck, Janet Flynn, Ellen Mizzoni, Linda 
Michelson, Jackie Schoendorf, Stephanie Moll. 



GIRLS AND BOYS TENNIS 77 




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Boys Varsity — Back row: Tony Pandiscio, Mark Bruha, Chuck Ennis, Greg 
Bates, Doug Moll, Bill Bench, John Geilfus, Missing from photo: Dave Boisse- 
vain. 



Boys Junior Varsity — Back row: Steve Davidson, Alan Goodman, Stan Biery, 
Dove Moll, Dana Washbum, Chuck Brunner; row 1: Scott Ribus, Peter 
Donovan, John Spadaro, Larry Freni. Missing from photo: Michael Davidson, 
Steve Furey, Craig Smyser. 



GOLF TEAM 77 




"LOOK, CIB, YCXI'RE iurpoiCD TO HIT 
THE BAU. ;!<I47" WAY!" 



RIFLE TEAM 




WINTER TRACK 78 




Back row: Coach Sullivan, David Croke, Bob Massa, Dana Washburn, Bill Harrington, Brad Richards, Clark Robinson, Joe Bumbaca, Bob Bradford, 
Rich Davidson, Jim Concannon, Joe Devine, Russ D'Auria, George Linehan, Bernie Morgan. Row 2: Bob Millar, Peter Russo, Joe Weaver, Kevin 
Clark, Doug Gurley, Don Naugler, Kim Ginder, Janet Pliska, Nancy Courtogolous, Laura Aldorisio. Front row: Rick Sparks, Jim Coleman, Eric 
Hanson, Kevin Doucette, Billy Mooney, co-Captains (field): Steve Murdock and Chris Pelletier, co-Captoin (track): Thom Stowell, Paul Larson, 
Craig Smyser. Missing: co-Captain (track): Billy Crowther, Jeff Cullington, Joe Collins, Brian Doucette, Frank Fischer, Mike Hand, Steve Murphy, 
John Whitaker, Jon Coleman, John Concannon, Kevin Buck, Eppy Busch, Jeff Hand, Dean Jeas, Ferenc Nagy, Tom Richardson, Svein Gjekuick, 
Geoff Spofford, Barbara Stella, Sue Mead, Sue Fogarty. 



GIRLS CROSS-COUNTRY 77 




Back row: Jane Wingfield, Coach Keup; row 1: Lynn Kettering, Sarah Swider, Tracy 
Kane, Morcia Glatfelter, Yvonne Busa, Kim Ginder, Chris Flores, Katie Caruth; row 1 : 
Jenny McCurdy, Sandy Peko, Raina Eckhardt, Monique Foucher, Nancy Courtoglous, 
Frances Ricker, Lisa Moichow. Janet Pliska. 





BOYS 
CROSS-COUNTRY 
77 



A heartbreaking 27-28 loss to Concord-Carlisle 
could not detract from the boys' cross-country's 
season. The squad finished 5-1 in dual meets and 
second overall in the D.C.L. all-league meet. Lead- 
ing the way all season was Jr. Joe Collins, who 
finished undefeated for the year and the premier 
runner in the D.C.L. Joining Collins on the first team 
all-league squad was Sr. co-Captain Thom Stowell, 
who capped an excellent career with a seventh 
place finish in the D.C.L. Co-Captain John Whitaker 
and Jon Coleman both were named to the second 
team all-league team, tributes to their stellar per- 
formances. Freshman Bob Bradford looks like a 
strong performer for the future with his running. 




Back row: Mark Costa, Bob Bradford, Joe Bumbaca, Scott Gardner, Joe Devine, Joe Collins, Gerry 
Maskalenko, Jeff Bryant, Russ Philbrick, Damian Peko, Mike Riley; row 2: Craig Smyser, Jon Coleman, 
Jim Mercuric; row 1: John Whitaker, Coach Sullivan, Thom Stowell. 





Coach Sullivan ond co-Captains: Thom Stowell and John Whitaker 



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GIRLS SPRING TRACK 77 




BOYS SPRING TRACK 77 



Back row: Jeff Cu 
lington, Bob Schwelm, 
Jaimie Brady, Thorn 
Stowell, Joe Collins, 
Steve Murdock, Billy 
Crowther, John 
Whitoker; row 2: Be- 
rnie Morgan, Jim Gim- 
mell. Bill Harrington, 
Ken Ward, Jeff Bul- 
lock, Brian Milligan, 
Mark Wilga, Duane 
Clark, Bill Wieler, 
Richard Saltar, David 
Draper, Coach Sulli- 
van, Assistant Coach 
Gillis; row 1: Ted 
Pruyn, John Concan- 
non, Steve Boudreau, 
Joe Vernucci, Brad 
Richards, Phil Glist, 
Bob Millar, Don Birch, 
Mike Riley, Jon CoU 
eman. 




INTRAMURAL LACROSSE 77 




Back row: Coach Malay, Bob Brady, Glen Ansil, Rich D'Entremont» Ean Cuthbert, Doug Johnson; Row 3: Terry Kanouse, Rich Whitney, Tim McManus, 
Fred Kelly, Mark DeBenedictis, Jeff Hand, Gordy French; Row 2: Mike Arsenoult, Hal Barton, Mike Hand, Dean Jeas, Mark Barbieri, Rich Hoyland, Brian 
Ansil; Row 1: Bob Riley, Peter Morano, Dennis Brady, Bob Mulligan, Mark Flecher, Wes McCravy, Kevin Campbell, Rick Johnson. 




Only three seniors graced this year's 
girls' field hockey team, and the inexperi- 
ence showed as they suffered through a 
3-8-2 season, although the majority of 
the games were lost by one goal in close 
competition. But this greeness gives hope 
for future years, what with young talent 
like Marie Lyons, Nancy Hennrikus, Kris- 
ten Blaisdell, Cindy White, and Lisa Bin- 
sack as only a few members of the return- 
ing team. Seniors Maureen Mead, Tish 
Neil, and Mary Lynn each had good 
years and provided strong examples for 
the young squad. 




JUNIOR VARSITY — Back row: Coach Jane Gallagher, Anne Boatright, Brenda Pyles, Karen 
Willim, Sue Kilpatrick, Kathy Hennrikus, Lisa Lyons, Geline Dooley, Katie Doucet, Beth 
Doucette, Tracy Cook. Front row: Stacey Hatch, Tracey Irwin, Alberta Hitchcock, Kathy 
Gauntlett, Loretta McKie, Janice Molloy. 




HOCKEY 78 




Back row: Trainer — John Larson, Dan Collins, Mike McGrath, Jeff Cowdrey, Mark Barbleri, Bill Larson, Art Savignac, Steve Comley, Jim Hansis, Scott 
Penney, Robbie Holmes, Doug Shamon, Coach Plummer; row 1: Mark Bruha, Tom Britt, Paul Barbieri, Fred McLaughlin, Doug Park, Bob Brady, Tom 
Mead, Steve Boudreau, Mike Sainato. Captains are: Dan Collins, Bill Larson and Mark Barbieri, 




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GIRLS SWIM TEAM 




BOYS BASKETBALL 




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JUNIOR VARISTY — Back row: Coach Hunt, Dove Hammond, Bill Weiler, James Santos, 
Chris Doherty, Jeff Besse, John Mulligan, Front row: Billy Gural, Doug Stephens, Tom Mulli- 
gan, Hal Rhunyan, Todd Russell, Sherm Robinson. 




FRESHMAN — Back row: Daniel Bruno, John Gonzalez, Doug Hammond, Coach 
Patuleia, Middle row: Neal Ward, Peter Brooks, Billy McKue, Mike McEachren, 
Front row: Andrew Blake, Eric Lundquist, Richard Proulx, Robby Emerson, Jean 
Vitrino, John Eagan. 




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J.V. — Back row: Coach Gallagher, Liz 
Whitney, Brenda Pyles, Marie Sternburg, 
Shirley Ewart, Amy Hamilton, Manager: 
Neila Hingorani; row 1: Mary McGarry, 
Jean Ennis, Co-Captains Diane Caristi and 
Yvonne Busa, Lynn Haggarty, Tracey Irwin. 



Freshman — Back row: Katie Kennedy, Lisa 
Lyons, Marie Keon, Karen Willom, Lisa 
Smith, Kathy Taft, Coach Gillis; row 2: 
Denito Murphy, Cindy White, Ann 
Boatright, Marie Camoro, Kathy Hennrikus, 
Patty DeMattte; row 1 : Debbie Raffo, 
Bonnie Bellengi, Manager Patty Burns, 
Frances Beccy, Loretto Mokie; Missing; 
Gina Mignon, Laura Bench. 




FOOTBALL 
77 



WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS 




Back row: Sherm Robinson, Greg Atteridge, Gordy French, Line Clark, Todd Russell, Bill Oram, Bob 
Cossette, Mike Geneiti, Brian Doucette; row 5: Mark Little, Tom Mulligan, Frank Melvin, Mike McGrath, 
Scott Penney, Kevin Hartwell, Mark Olmstead, Tom Richardson, Bill Stinson, Dove Hawkins, Phil 
Wilkins, Paul Weinschenk, Poul Siekman; row 4: Bill Gural, Chris Burri, Bob Massa, Doug Park, Joe 
Weaver, Rich D'Entremont, DaveGrieb, Larry Freni, Jeff Hoyland, Fred Kelly, Jeff Hand, Doug Haynes, 
Jim Santos, Rich Yanosick; row 3: John Mulligan, Bob Brady, George Linehan, Doug Shamon, Tony 
Pondiscio, Eric Holland, Matt Brooks, Bill Bench, Fred McLaughlin, Daryl Ansel, Dub Ace, Paul Bor- 
bieri. Chuck Ennis, Dennis Defrancesco, Rich Nawoichik, Rick Johnson, Bill Dungey, Rich Whitney; row 
2: Mark Shamon, Mark Barbieri, Rich Hoyland, Mike Hand, Brian Hines, Bill Kenison, Mark Russell, Art 
Molina, Ted Weaver, Brian Dunn, Dave Wilkins, Jim Ruetenik, Chris Pelletier, Tim McManus, Rich 
Svensson, Richard Sparks, Dan Collins, Pat Salinas; row 1: co-Captains: Joe Sickles and Roy Beyrond. 







OF THE D.C.L. 



Three straight close opening losses, followed by a school record of seven consecu- 
tive victories including four shut-outs, a memorable 21-20 win over undefeated 
Division 1 power Fitchburg, all climaxed by an undisputed D.C.L. title highlighted 
the Buccaneer Varsity Football effort this season. Senior co-Captains Ray Beyrand 
and Joe Sickles spearheaded the great season as Beyrand keyed a tough defense 
and Sickles made all- league, gaining 713 yards and intercepting three passes in the 
process. Junior back Mike Genetti also was an all-league star, gaining 701 yards, 
leading the team in pass receptions (14 for 356 yards), intercepting four passes 
and scoring ten touchdowns. Other all — D.C.L. selections were defensive end Art 
Molina, lineman Ted Weaver, lineman Jim Ruetenik, and quarterback Rich Hoy- 
land. Senior end Mark Shamon and senior tackle Chris Pelletier also enjoyed fine 
years for the champion Bucs. The Bucs revenged two consecutive Turkey Day 
losses to Concord-Carlisle with a score of 26-0, this past game, making the Turkey 
Day rivalry: Bedford 3, Concord-Carlisle 2. Coach Armand Sabourin was named 
area Coach-of-the Year. All this proves that we are the CHAMPIONS of the Dual 
County League. 



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FRESHMAN SQUAD: Back row: Bob Kilpctrick, Russ D'Aurio, Scott Hcynes, Jay Bridge, Peter Brooks, 
John Leary, Ricky Proulx, Scott Salzer; row 2: Mark Sullivan, Gene Vetrano, Scott Ciampa, Don Oram, 
Mike McLaughlin, John Mici, John Chancellor, Todd Campbell, Kyle Hansen, Billy Carter; row 1: Chris 
Meson, Tom Lynch, Dwight Reader, John Egan, Andy Blake, Mike English, Steve Gardner, Larry Foster, 
Jeff Collier, Eric Lundquist, Paul Farrell, Robbie Emerson. 





BASEBALL 77 




VARSITY: Back row: Guidetti, Scott Horman, Jim Griffiths, Ross Hoskins, Paul Sinatto, Alberto, Bob Masse; Row 1: Doug Anthony, Doug Shamon, David 
Hammond, Mike Leskowski, Joe Sickles, Art Melina, Mark Shammon, Pat Salinas, Tom O'Brien. 




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J.V. Back row: Jeff Hoyland, Robbie Holmes, Bill O'Brien, Mike Leskowski, Jim 
Leory, Row 2: Coach Petrillo, Chris Larsen, Jim Hansis, Dub Ace, John Healy, 
Doug Shammon, Row 1: Richard Sparks, Bill Williams, Bill Mooney, Bob McAr- 
thur, Paul Barbieri, Mike Sainato. 



Back row: Sherm Robinson, Ken Hartwell, Mike 
McGrath, Jim Santos, David Hawkins, Todd Rus- 
sel, Mark Litlle, Scott Penny, Second row: Coach 
Sabourin, Steve Jonek, Tom Mulligan, Mike Le- 
han, Tom Mead, Tom Hansis, Joe Weaver, Tom 
Richardson, Bill Gural, Frank Melvin, Noel Mur- 
phy. First row: John Duranian, Jay Ashe, Phil 
Wilkens, Paul Siekman, Dove Morano, Doug 
Parks, Peter Russo, Jeff Sontosuasso. 




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Back row: MoryJo 
McManus, Kim Tre- 
legan, Tri-captain 
Diane D'Auria, Tri- 
captain Karen 
Donadio, Carol 
Kean. Front row: 
Janice Nickerson, 
Nixie McGuffy, 
Kathy Tsouprake, 
Tri-captain Amy 
Swanson, Donna 
Kinney. 




FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS 






Back row: Linda 
Sinotte, Claire 
Swanson, Captain 
Sandy Verrier, 
Kathy Rennie, De- 
bbie Collins. Front 
row: Mary Bruha, 
Debbie Ostrominski, 
Debbie Graham, 
Laura Powderly, 
Lynne Roberts. 



HOCKEY CHEERLEADERS 






ADMINISTRATION 



MR. THOMAS J. DUGGAN — principal 
To the Class of 1978: 

As each of you look for to the years ahead, never forget 
your experiences of the past. Use the knowledge you hove 
acquired as the basis for making decisions that will help you 
attain your goals for the future. My hope is that our 
contributions to your education, will help you make those 
decisions wisely. 

My very best wishes to each of you for success and 
happiness in whatever you choose to do. 

Thomas J. Duggon 
Principal 




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FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




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HOME EC 




Mrs. Kathleen Drenas 



Mrs. Marion Bryant 

I'd rather believe and be wrong than not 
believe and be wrong. 



Mrs. Betty Baker 
'That they may have life, and have it 
abundantly." 



BUSINESS 



LRC 




Mr. Fred Ferry 

Even if you are on the right track, you'll 
get run over if you just sit there. 




Mrs. Ann Berliner 



Mrs. McAleer 



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INDUSTRIAL ARTS 




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ART 




Mr. Keith Phinney 



SOCIAL STUDIES 




Mrs. Patricia Pellegrini 
"It isn't really important to 
decide when you are very young 
just exactly what you want to 
become. . . It is more important 
to decide on the way you want to 
live. If you are going to be honest 
with yourself and honest with 
your friends, if you are going to 
get involved with causes which 
are good for others, not only for 
yourselves, then it seems to me 
that that is sufficient, and maybe 
what you will be is only a matter 
of chance." Golda Meir 




Mr. John Reynolds 



Mr. Vernon Dameron 




Mr. Richard Case 
Love Truth! Be true to your 
true self! Perhaps you'll 
never know what greatness 
is, but always you'll know, 
Peace." 



Mr. Lawrence Healey 




Mr. Paul Lewis 



Mr. John Sullivan 




Mrs. Doreen Ralston 

"Luck is what happens when preparation meets 
opportunity." 

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ENGLISH 




Mr. Carleton McCauley 

"By practicing reverence for life we become 

good, deep, and alive." — Albert Schweitzer 



Mr. Terrence Bone 

Mrs. Joan Spence 

"To learn is a natural pleasure, not confined 
to philosophers, but common to all men." — 
Aristotle "Enjoy — never stop learning!" — 
Spence 




Mrs. Eleanor Donovan 



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Mrs. Olive Lemerise 




Mr. John Judge 



Miss Mary Ellen Gallagher 



Mr. Brendan Desilets 
"Live as if you like 
yourself and it may 
happen." — Marge 
Piercy 



Mrs. Joan Kinney 
"Enthusiasm adds pleasure to 
any job 



LIBRARIANS 



Miss Elizabeth Dowling 
"In the march up to the heights of fame 
there comes a spot close to the summit in 
which man reads nothing but detective 

stories." 




Mrs. Jean Hibbert 





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To the Class of 1978: 

The yearbook for the Bedford High School is a tribute to the student body and staff who 
put great time and effort into the process that we call education. Most of you should have 
a sense of satisfaction as you read the yearbook and review the many fine activities which 
are described here. It should mean that the memories of your high school days will be 
pleasant and long- remembered no matter what experiences you have later in life. 

I congratulate those who put the yearbook together. Ever since I was the Editor of the 
yearbook in the almost forgotten year of 1947, I have had a special place in my memory 
for this type of student achievement. 

I congratulate those who now graduate and wish them the best of experiences as they go 
to work or go to advanced education. I encourage those in the classes that remain in 
Bedford to aspire to the same achievement of the class of 1978. 

Sincerely, 
Kenton E. Stephens, Sr. 
Superintendent of Schools 



SUPERINTENDENT SECRETARIES: 



Mrs. June Hodges 




Mrs. Ellen Powderly 



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Best Wishes to 
the 

Class of 1978 




BEDFORD 
RMANENT 
IREFIGHTERS 
SOCIATION 




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The Motorized Bicycle Use it anywhere. 
It's a fun way to a practical solution for today's 
energy problems! 



Dependable, Verstile 
Simple, Save & Economical 
CIMATTI, 
SPARTA, 
PEUGEOT 

No insurance Required 
No Helmet Required 
No inspection 
No Excise Tax 




$3 Registration 
For 2 years 

6 Months Warranty On 

All Parts 

Up to 150 M.P.G. 



Take a test ride today and experience the exhilarating 
freedom of the Motorized Bicycle." It's the way to go! 

Bedford Moped Inc. 



52 The Great Rd. 
Bedford Mass. 
275-0449 
Sales, Service, Parts, Accessories 



BEDFORD HARDWARE, INC. 

WINDOW GLASS • WINDOW SHADES > PLEXIGLAS 



I RUE IBM PEP, 

TRUE TEMPER GARDEN, LAWN and FARM TOOLS 7, /^ 





^^^^ 



84 THE GREAT ROAD BEDFORD 




BEDFORD PHARMACY 



BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 



173 



Everything F" or Tme Home New AND Used 

FRIGIDAIRE - GE -RCA WHIRLPOOL - MAYTAG 
COLOR TELEVISION - STEREO 



WALCOTT SALES AND SERVICE, INC. 

313 GREAT ROAD BEDFORD M ASS A C HUSETTS Ol "730 



T E Walcott 

275.7570 



Residence 
275-0843 



Compliments of 



Dr. & Mrs. Koury 



BEDFORD ENGINEERING CORP. 

Carl Richardson 

124 South Rd. 3805 Mt. Vernon Ave. 

Bedford, Mo. 01739 Alexandria, Va. 22305 




MINUTEMAN 
VOLKSWAGON AND 
OLDSMOBILE 

SALES 
SERVICE 
PARTS 

39 NORTH ROAD — BEDFORD, MA. 
AT JUNCTION OF RT. 45-225 
275-8000 





McDonald's 



ERIC B. BIRMINGHAM, D.D.S. 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to the class of 1978 

Dr. & Mrs. Eric B. Birmingham 



Best Wishes 
To the Class of 1978 

FRANCIS P. BUMANN 
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 



McDonald's 
of bedford 

"We do it all for you' 
346 Great Road 



IINDSK0« 



E. E. LINDSKOG CO. 



Precision Electronic balancing 
Industrial - automotive - acho-Space 



MON. - Sat. ».5 
TuE. Evening • O P I 
(617) 27S-a24S 



6 ALFRED CIRCLE 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



Compliments of 
Kenneth Kaplan, M.D. 



Congratulations to the Class of 1978 

William J. Callahan 
Joseph W. Moore 



Commercial Land Developers 



BEST WISHES TO 
THE CLASS OF 



1978 




BEDFORD POLICE 
ASSOCIATION, INC 




Musical 
[nstuments 

Coffee 
House 

Sheet 
Music 



Cedric J. Smith 



Tel: 275-1967 



BEDFORD WALLPAPER & PAINT CO. 

51 The Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 



Congratulations and 
Best Wishes 
To The 
Class of 
1978 



Millipore Corporation 



Ashby Road 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 
(617) 275-9200 



275-6255 
MIX FLOWERS 

All Occasion Florist 

fresh cut flowers 
dry arrangements 
prom flowers 
funeral tributes 




potted plants 
fruit baskets 
hospital bouquets 
wedding designs 



Free Delivery 
375 Concord Road 
Bedford, Mass. 



TRES CHERE POODLES 



TOYS 




MINIATURES 



Expert All-Breed Grooming 
Top Quality Registered Puppies 
(Brown, Black, White, Silver) 
"For Those Who Care, Call Tres Chere!" 
MRS. BARBARA NIBLACK 617-275-1296 
89 CONCORD ROAD (Rt. 62) 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



178 




272-4610 



Dobbins Auto Repair 



Monday Thru Friday 
7 AM — 6 PM 



177 Bedford Street 
Burlington, Ma. 01730 



Compliments 
to Class of '78 
from 



McCanns Driving 
School 



BUILDERS SPECIALTY & HARDWARE 
CORP. 

Depot Square 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 
275-7655 

SLUMBERWORLD 
HOME FURNITURE AND 
CARPET CENTER 

Great Road Shopping Center 
Bedford, Mass. 
Phone: 275-8869 
Famous Brand Name Furniture 




Bedding 




Carpeting 



179 




Best 
Wishes 
to the class of 
1978 

from 



American Optical Corp. 



AD 



SALON DE FANTE 
COIFFURES 



Bedford Shopping Center 
Gread Rd., Bedford, Mo 



275-7020 



CENTER SHOE SERVICE 

Bedford Shopping Center 
All kinds of Repairs 



Gould Motors Inc. 



25 North Road 
Bedford, Mass. 275-7200 

Chrysler — Plymouth — Volari 
New Cars — Used Cars — Towing — Body Work 



SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 

325 Great Road 
275-9066 



Best Wishes to the Class 
of 1978 

DR. & MRS. E. EAGLES 



180 



Dr. and Mrs. Marvin I. Schiff 



Best Wishes 
to the class of '78 



DUNHAM'S BOOK STORE 

Good Used Books and Paperbacks 
Bought and Sold 
Over 15,000 Books Priced 
and Classified 

50 Great Rd. Bedford 



COZY CORNER 

Subs, Pizza and Fried Foods 
275-9866 



CHARLES STEFANELLI 
VARIETY 
STORE 

275-0025 



VOLUNTEER EAST/ insurance agency, inc 

BEDFORD 
BURLINGTON 



Robert U. Johnsen 



101 The Great Road 
Bedford. Mass 01730 
Tel 617-275-7205 



209 Cambridge Street 
Burlington, Mass 01803 
Tel 617 272 1920 



Management And Marketing Consultants 
To Book Publishers 





The 

Huenefeld 
Company 



John Huenefeld Morgoret Schwerin 
Alton MocGregor Joan Schwerin 
Virginio Wiley Nodio Buchanan 



1 19 The Great Rood Bedford, MA 01730 
(617) 275-2260 



181 




Congratulations 
and Best Wishes to the 
Class of '78 

LAWRENCE H. CARLTON C.P.A. 



Law Offices 

BRIDGE, DYSON & KILMARTIN 

1 13 The Great Rd. 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 
Telephone (617) 275-0860 



Dr. Dorothy K. Dolon. O.D. 



Congratulations 
and 
Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1978 



Compliments of 



275-6850 



BEDFORD FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 

167 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD. MASSACHUSETTS 0I730 



g. william clark. jr. 
Director 




ARTS & FLOWERS 

cfk-f/hcf/ve cfea^h 

weddings, funerals & all occasions 

275-7125 




14? THE GREAT ROAD 



3EDFCRD 




(617) 275-2330 



BEDFORD TRAVEL. INC 

131 THI GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 




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'Btijaii Skoppirj L enter 
158 (Jrwt Roaif 
Be^rcf, Massackusttts 01730 

617-275-7088 




Tretle CovcTiaza 
188 Boston Road 
Billerica. Massackusttts 01862 

617-667-1475 



BEDFORD 
275 2768 



CHELMSFORD 
256 3418 



CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING 
ARTIST MATERIALS. CRAFT SUPPLIES 



BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 
BEDFORD. MA 01730 



PARLMONT PLAZA 
CHELMSFORD. MA 01824 




BEDFORD JE WELERS 
INC. 



GREAT ROAD 
SHOPPING CENTER 

323 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 

275-7056 



Dr. & Mrs, 
Guy 
A. 

McGarry 



Best Wishes 
To The Class of 
1978 




Center Barber — Styling Shop 



Bedford Shopping Center 
Great Road. Bedford. MA 



275 9883 




UNOCI 



BEDFORD SUNOCO & TIRE 
CENTER 

180 Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 



CAL BRAMMER 



Tel: 

275-9759 



183 



Congratulations 
To The 
Class of 
1978 

LEONESSA ENGINEERING 



KAYE INSTRUMENTS, INC. 



275-0300 



INSTRUMENTS 



15 Deangelo Drive 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 




WEATHER SERVICES 
CORPORATION 

131 A Great Road, 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 
Telephone: (617) 275-8860 



Smooth Sailing 
Class of '78 
from 

THE SHIP'S LOCKER 

359 Great Road 
Bedford 



184 



JON'S HAIR STYLISTS 

We Sell and Service Wigs and Hairpieces 
363 E. Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 



BEDFORD FARMS 
ICE CREAM 

Since 
1880 



DOM'S SERVICE STATION 



Prop. Dom Palmeri 



^ Grease — Oil 



Tune-Ups 



AMERICAN 



314 Great Road 



Tires — Accessories 



Dial 275-9756 



Compliments of 

the BONO VAN COMPANY 
REALTORS 

275-6637 




Maunder's Meat Market 




Deli, Meats, Fresh Fish, Poultry, Cheeses, and more! 
We have Fresh Party Platters to go! 



Best of Luck 
to the class of '78' 



186 



Compliments of 
LANGLEY EQUIPMENT CO. 

Medford, Ma. 02155 



Congratulations 
from 

PAUL J. GOLDSTEIN D.D.S. 
AND 

KEN KROWNE D.M.D. 



Atex Inc 



3 Preston Court 
Bedford 



Compliments of 

DESIGN STUDIO 

4 Preston Court 
275-2270 



BOWEN'S 



Toyland & Hobby Center 
Bedford Shopping Center 

Bedord, Mass. 
275-7210 



TO THE CLASS OF '78, 



WE WISH YOU 



ALL OF THE BEST/ 



spire 

■ corporation 



PATRIOTS PARK / BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730 



JAMES F. SULLIVAN, JR. 



Compliments Of 



lotron 



lotron Corporation 



5 Alfred Circle, Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 



Congratulations 
from 

MR. & MRS. CORMNEY 



Congratulations 
to the 
Class of 78 

We finally made it! 

From A Desparate Yearbook Staff 



Plumbing & Heating Contractor 
57 Hartwell Rd. Bedford, Mass. 01730 

Phone 275-8100 



NIGRO FUEL CORPORATION 

4 Dudley St. Place 
Arlington, Ma. 02174 
641-0340 

Automatic Delivery 

Heating Oils 
Automatic Heating 
Burners — Boilers — Furnaces 



Patrons 



Kendall Lexington Laboratory 
Earl's Auto Body 
Don and Midge Naugler 
King Cycle 
ECRM Inc. 



Donors 



Medford Floor Covering 



187 



Best Wishes To 
The Class of 
1978 




Bedford Laboratories 
Bedford, Ma 01730 

Frank A. DeChristopher, 
Employment Manager 



188 



275-7366 



MR. GENE 

Hair Stylist 
And Wig Salon 

326 The Great Road 
Rte. 4 and 225 Bedford 



Congratulations & Best Wishes 
to the Class of 
1978 
from 

THE SOPHOMORE CLASS '80' 



CONCORD 

Concord Computing Corporation 
7 Alfred Circle Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 
617/275-1730 



Electronic Areospoce 

AOTCO METAL FINISHING CO., INC. 



75 Wiggins Avenue 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 
275-0880 



Medical 



Optical 



This is the 
year of 
Super Seniors 
'78 

"Looks like we mode it" 



189 



SKATING AND WRESTLING EQUIPMENT 
POWER MOWERS SNOW BLOWERS 



c-^ Bedford 



DIAL 

275-0900 



RTS. 4 
379 NORTH ROAD 



Representing 



ISTempeR 



insuRancE 
companips 



MATTHEW J. TOMASSIAN INSURANCE AGENCY 



617 275-2756 



Sixty The Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 



Congratulations 
from 

DAVIDSON'S 
PHARMACY 



Compliments 
of 

AMERICAN 
FIELD SERVICE 



GOTT 
HAW>W 



Congratulations 
from all of us at 




Gott Hardware & Supply 



HARDWARE STORE 



Cervf-cr 



We're your local hardware merchant 
with the buying power of a 5000 — 
store chain. We buy together for 
less, con sell for less. 



40 North Road — Rear 
Bedford Mass. 275-8989 



190 




Compliments 
of 

BIEREN'S 
GARAGE 



ephone 27S-7744 



Sokn Sail 0iclc 
and 

9aul C. S)ick 
<^lto>ineifs at Jlow 



9aul C. Wick 



215 Sleat 3U.. 
Self aid, t^Uass. 01730 



Congratulations from 

Miller Disposal, Inc 



Compliments of 



BEDFORD RESEARCH PARK ASSOC. 



Crosby Drive 



Congratulations & Best Wishes 
to the Class of 

1978 
from 



The National Honor Society 

Best Wishes Seniors! 
Peace, Joy, Happiness 
from 

THE FRESHMAN CLASS '81' 



191 



Cedric J. Smith 



Tel: 275-1967 



POLIO'S BARBER SHOP 



BEDFORD WALLPAPER & PAINT CO. 

51 The Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 



72 Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 



Best Luck 
Class of 
1978 

INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION CORP. 

65 Wiggins Ave. Bedford Mass. 01730 
Tel. 617-2970 / Telex: 923352 





Compliments 
of 

BEDFORD BOWLADROME 

199 Great Rd, Bedford 
tel: #275-6459 




CALL 617 275-1597 



BEDFORD LOCK AND 
KEY COMPANY 

at 199 Great Rd. (Rear) 
Bedford, Mass. 
01730 

Richard Cardoos 



Compliments of 

Genetti's 
Package Store 

275-6579 



Compliments of 



Blue Ribbon Dairy 



186 Great Road 
Bedford 
275-7261 

'Milk From Selected Farms" 



Compliments of 

MANDI'S GIFT SHOPPE 
275-6738 



49 Great Rd. 
Bedford, Moss. 
275-8222 




193 




Seniors are Particular 
. . . and so are we. 




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BOYS SWIM TEAM 78 




Coach Robins, Lisa Scaltreto, Pam Yatsko, Kristen Blaisdell, Gingec Stern, 
Sue Willis, Chris Miller. Missing from photo: Karen Donadio, Kim Trelegan, 
Nyxie McGuffey, Kathy Tsouprake, Stacy Hatch, Mary Bruha. 



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NEWSPAPER STAFF 



NEWS 

Co-editors: Dave Gountt 
Mike Sizoo 
Michelle Cloutier 
Richard Greene 
Martin Heggestad 
Ken Mayer 
Sean McAuliffe 
Dina Siegal 
Sarah Swider 
Lynne Roberts 

Ken Woodland (Photographer) 
BUSINESS 
Alea Conley 
Doug Stephens 




Back row: Jeff Santosuosso, Mike Sizoo, Leslie O'Connor, Clark Robinson. Front 
row: Sean McAuliffe, Ann Whitaker, Yvette Parker, Dave Ellis, Jay White. 



Mike Rosenburg: Advisor 



FEATURE 

Editor: Yvette Parker 
Renne Dobkowski 
David Ellis 
Mary Beth Loan 
Peter Meyers 
Leigh Ann Ledbetter 
Leslie O'Connor 
Jeff Santosuoso 
Christine Sullivan 
Margaret Walline 
SPORTS 

Editor: Rich Hoyland 
Scott Coleman 
Jenny McCurdy 
Peotor Morris 
Domian Peko 
Ann Whitaker 
Jay White 




Clark Robinson 
Buccaneer Bulletin 

The Buccaneer Bulletin, written by Clark Robinson, has been successful in informing the community of the activities at Bedford High. 
This bulletin appears weekly in the Bedford Minuteman. 



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MEMORIES 



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BUY-A-LINES 

53N-61 "NOSE"; TILY; KSDRKM-KSKW-ILMA — To Diane,Kathy, Amy, and Nyxie: Good Luck! Love, Karen / "The 
'stang" — KSGJAHDM BAK — / Sandra: Remember the R.B. fights? Valentino? M.C. / Larry: You made a monkey out of 
yourself, you should be shot! ' Mr. Pilla: Thanx for everything and all your help. The Gypsy Girl / Steve's Song — "Short 
People," Jeff: Ever think of braces for your legs?, Barbo: What happened to your harem?, Joe: You wouldn't dare, would 
you??, Tim: Practice makes perfect, Jim: Brown Sob up much?, Ted: G-l Joe's forever!! / Chemistry: Labs 
that never worked, worksheets, worksheets, worksheets, water bottle fights, comparing all the results, H2O is NOT 
HCL, fighting over anything, think it — she'll know it, learning Spanish, tests you just stared at, experiments that you 
just counted the time away, wrecking each others experiments, but IT WAS FUN!! / Nothing succeeds like success. — B. Gollis 
/ If the wind of change comes down your way, you'll make it bock somehow. / Julie — Thanks D- 1 1 / Carolyn: "DON'T TRIP" 

— so what did we do, trip up the stairs at the Powder Mill before the Prom. / Teo torriate konomamo iko, Aisuruhito yo, 
Shizukana yoi ni, Hikario tomoshi, Itoshiki oshieo idoki. — QUEEN / Hey Dy: How are those airplanes??. Amy: Fall much?, 
Kath: ! !siht tegrof reveN, Nyxie: V.L. / To J.L. — Remember the first day we met, it was December and we were sophomores 
and I stole your hat. — N.S. / To L.N.: London — fried pizza and hijacking, Monaco — You say you want a revolution / Karen 
and Ted; Kathy and Joe; Diane and Richard / Always remember all the sand at the beach and the sunburns after. / To Thorn, 
Bill, John, Jeff, and Steve, Hope I wasn't too much of a pain and I hope I didn't yell too much (Thorn) It was nice knowing you 
guys, good luck in the future. / DO IT! / Diane: How is your last minute late night reading? Nyxie / Pam: Give me a P, "P" 
"and that's all you're going to get" Bon Chance — Louvre / Deb and I really were the first! / S.P.: Remember eating pizza 
and subs at Cozy Corners in five minutes and sob stories / Boom-Boom: What a Daye. I mean what a night. / Puffhead, 
sniffles, where ore my cigarettes? they were here 3 seconds ago. Let me help you. Slap your tree another time. Apple donish, 
quarter-pounder, bet you 5 bucks — YUH! / Mrs. Kinney and Mrs. Latham and Mr. Barron: Thanks for everything and 
helping me to help myself. — Jackie / L.D. Remember the tornado at Springs Brook, Chicago, the girls room, the first day we 
met, "pahties," "twanaments," "pop," and leading the processional with our candles for the concert? — S.P. / Nyx, 
Remember trying to get the chem labs to work and those humanities experiences. Try to forget Spanish! though we had a lot 
of laughs, remember how dry we were at the carwash? How about the Concert at KIX, the guy in "Kid Gloves," Henry 
Winkler in "Eastern Standard Time," the cute drummer with the mascara in "Armana," Alice Cooper with the low cut outfit 
who sang to us, did he dance much?, "Hey is that chapstick?", the 20 cents rip-off on the M.B.T.A., Could you see 
"Southern Comfor^" at the Senior Prom?, Were the drinks worth $ 1 .75? Boy these 272 years went fast. "Looks like we made 
it," Thanx for the memories, from someone who walks well. — Deb / Julie, Meryl, Cathy, and Jenny — Thanks for your 
friendship. — Sandy / Micki — It was great getting to know you this year. We had a lot of fun together. Remember Lowell 
and all the guys! Keep in touch. — Jackie / Leenda Beetle, Get the lead out of your pants. / Football Cheerleaders: How was 
Diane's sleepover before the Hudson Game? Many Clothes?? / L.C. — I don't feel like going to school. Do you? / B.T.: "Short 
People . . ." — W.E. / Gymnastics Team: Eventhough we weren't number one, we had a lot of fun but we're glad it's done! 
Nyxie, Kathy and Karen / To french teachers and students everywhere: "J'ai mange la fenetre!" / Hey, Ourbook Staph: 
Deadline? What deadline?! Don't worry we still have on hour to finish 40 pages. Did you lay 'em out? Where's Debbie? 
(again) Sam, you're in the way. Get to work. HE'S coming! Get the baby food jar, QUICK! TH E SE St u PId TYPEW RiTER s!! 
Gold Stardust in your hair, John! Goldilocks, have a honeybun on me. Lisa, you're beautiful! Run down Upper B wing in the 
dork. WE DID! "We might as well spend the night." Are you trying out for a tickle commercial or just asthmatic? If it's 
Tuesday, this must be the yearbook office. If it's Wednesday, this must be picture taking day, "Oh why did I wear my 50's 
clothes?" If it's Thursday, it's deadline time and if it's Friday, it's party time, it's all over. / To Magic Man — Nobody Does it 
Better. Michele / E.D. — Blocks to caps and gowns. Francois et soupe de tomate. Light the burner not the jet! Gee, I like your 
wallpaper. Walk much? Crutches and elevators, heartthrobs and heartbreaks. Goodbye, Jaime / Too all my friends — Let's 
take head count! / L.U. — Bonjour! That's all except I ate the window! Gee, that mousse was ... in my red painted 
kitchen. Kindergarden to graduation, look what happened in between. Lesson of the Day: Always put one test tube in a 
centrifuge. Remember getting arrested after the Junior Prom. Remember trying to layout 62 pages in one week, remind you 
of chemistry? Thanx S.T. / K.C. — There's a jesticulotion on your part! How Profound! L. / Remember the Senior Prom of '77 

— Nyxie, feel good?? Kath and Dy, and Karen, PAPA GINO's?? / Remember the time you misplaced your shirt at the beach. 
/ Paul — Lewis' class when we first got to know each other. Rocky, Crosby Drive, "tight pants?", the dancers. Homecoming, 
MacDonald's, the wreck!. Remember it all! Love, Micki / Who's your favorite beetle? / Help!!!!!!!!!! B.T. / D.E. Rememberthe 
Three Stooges and the janitor on the horse and honeybuns? S.P. / M.D.: Rememberthe concert? M.C. y.i.g.f. / To slick: Good 
luck to the Crisco kid! To Deb, Sheila, and Lisa, Remember all the fun times in the yearbook office. — Frances / Steve did you 
ever pay Jeff back? / Merrill — 400 LBS. ?! A sub and two pizzas after the workout! Getting Wayne at work. Flirting with 
Bob. Tell Jock hello for me. — Micki / Remember the parties at Page, the beach party after the Prom, the dances, the 
guidance office, creating and making the prom and going to it? / Was anyone at MacDonald's on November 19, 1977, when 
Amy, Diane Karen, Kathy, and Nyxie celebrated Halloween a little late? / Lew — Remember . . . frosh track — Swarthmore 

— soccer — Mr. Gillis — skiing — horses; Brian and Pride — Junior Prom — Swimming at Oates — John — Richie — Jack — 
you on Best Bet and me to Europe? / Welcome to my nightmare!! / M.D.S. and J. — I love you all. — Michele / Leenda, 
Remember, you can't fool mother nature — L.C. / J.B. Bucket seats are definitely out!! — Me / Deb, How can we forget all 



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the good times? Remember when it first began in Mr. Milliken's class, boy have times changed! And lost year in chemistry, 
faking our way through the yeor, we're definitely no Einsteins! Cramming for Spanish quizzes, writing dialogs on the desks 
and getting caught! And of course this year ... I can never forget cramming for S.A.T.'s and A.C.T.'s that did an awful lot 
of good! All those long busy hours doing work for the Senior class. Loving Spanish, struggling through humanities and all 
the other wild times. Things that I never thought I'd laugh at ore now one big JOKE HA HA HA! ! It's nice to have friends like 
you. Thanx Nyx / Jackie (Ed!) Smoking in the Y.B.O. Partying before Homecoming. Talking about our guys (actual and 
wishful) Do you always stay at Lowell till 3:00 A.M. with the bass player "D.B." ? Dancing at the RAT. Teorbook! Thanks 
for all! Mick (A.Ed) / Kathy, Amy, and Nyxie, what were you doing your junior year at the laundrymat before the dance? / 
Mr. McCauley — Thanks for all the laughs, learning, and LABOR! Period D ! To the Yearbook Staff: Always remember Ha, 
Ha, Ha, Ha, Ha, Ha, Ha, Ha, Ha, Ha, / To Lauree — thanks for the memories and the happy times and the love we've shared 
and for being my best friend. — Natalie / D.P.: Weekends in N.H., SMC's Basketball team and players (hint) bells, Lee who? 
Mutual fiend (I mean friend!) Fondue and Harvard Square Thanx for all your friendship and encouragement. Love, Lu / 
P-white trunks and basketball games, flashing lights and P.D., but just another boring eve. No extension of "emmotios" / 
Hey, Cheerleaders of 1976-1 977, did you enjoy taking a dip in the pool, then running free down to Concord Rood? Wonder if 
anyone was watching? / N.D. — Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, and S-S-S-S. "If he is to fail . . ." Doodee Doodee Doo but no partial credit. 
Remember Beel and what's wrong with pink pantyhose?" DA and frog legs. Being twins isn't what it is cracked up to be. 
Thanx for all the fun! Me / D.P.: " . . .a person with whom you dare to be yourself." — Me / Thanx to everyone who helped 
on the Yearbook. I'm very grateful of the support and hard efforts that made our Yearbook. To: Ted and Jill and Helen and 
Stace — Remember all the outrageous times we had together. Unforgettable things: The Backer, High Times — nights. 
Summer, Libbs, Vern, Ellis Burger and Foger Fries, compfires galore, Spacey, Wota, Pick (Motley), Curls, The F, etc . . . 
Love and happiness to all and keep in touch through tye years! Love, Jackie Remember these oldies but goodies. Nyxie, 
Diane and Kathy, remember the Senior car wash last summer. Who could stay dry for 30 seconds. And how about Nyxie and 
Diane in their shorts standing on the street corner trying to attract customers . . . for the cor wash. Then there was the 
winter of '76 Amy S. and Steve S. hod just a little too much at a party and just couldn't stop playing with each other ... in 
the snow. Everyone in homeroom C-4 last year will never forget those outrageous pinotos with all the holes in them. Football 
Camp '77 no one in cabin #3 will forget those outrageous powder fights, and remember this famous quote: "Froggy, get 
that frog out of here." Mark and Sandy remember the day after the Junior Prom at the beach? I still hove the negative, and 
what about the guys who went swimming the night of the Junior Prom at 4:30 in the morning ... in their birthday suits. Rich 
H. remember your sophomore year at a dance when you had nine and got sick on yourself. After sitting on his lap a while, 
Lynn McG. got up and left the party with Dave W. and didn't get home till a half hour later. . . . Do you remember? M.A.R. 



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